20 Most Recent 1991 Mercury Capri Questions & Answers


Did you fix this? Sometimes the temperature sensor on the back of the motor can cause hard starting.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017


It's really not going to hurt anything as long as the block is breathing which it is and it's not a part of the smog system so you're good to go.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 13, 2017


You may need a shop manual.
The injector pulse comes from the engine computer, and the computer gets signals from several sources.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Oct 17, 2015


Its behind the dash. A haynes manual from partstore xplains. Or chiltonbooks at the library. Since its not an easy job..hav the blowermotor, evap and heatr core inspectd..old car

1991 Mercury... | Answered on May 22, 2015


That should be controlled by the switch and not the motor. I would get both head lights in the same position and start them together by disconnecting battery for 10 seconds and starting back together

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 12, 2015


Disconnect the battery so you don't melt your fingers. Remove the belt by relieving the pressure at the belt tensioner. Remove the alternator wiring harness and the two or 3 long bolts that hold the alternator on. Swap for the new alternator and put it all back together.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 19, 2014


Disconnect the Red battery terminal first and then loosen the serpentine belt by moving the tensioner pulley with the correct socket to permit slack enough to dislodge the serpentine belt from any pulley such as the idler pulley or other pulley. Pay close attention of how the belt is routed prior to removing. Remove electrical connections to the alternator. Remove all alternator mounting bolts to remove the alternator. I would recommend a Haynes manual from the parts store on your vehicle. I will help you now and well into the future with all problems that may occur. Be sure you have a fully charged battery at all times as a low battery will cause the internal voltage regulator to over heat and burn up due to the need for more amperage than the alternator can generate.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014


Alldata online or local library may have the manual go to Ford dealer service ask if you can look at their service manuals

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014


Remove alternator, replace alternator. Get your self a service manual if you can't figure it out. They sell them at the same place the alternator is sold.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014


If the lamp is good for sure, the socket has a switch in it that turns on when the lid is up.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Sep 19, 2014


If the shifter is very sloppy, making it hard to find the gears, bushings in the shift rod have gone bad. Buy shift rod bushings from NAPA, like $1.50 each, you need 4. Get under the car, and see the bolts holding the rod in place, one under the shifter, one near the transmission. Remove those bolts, install the bushings, 2 on each bolt, put it back together, and you should be good to go.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Aug 15, 2014


The red one goes to the positive. the other one goes to Negative on the battery.

1991 Mercury... | Answered on Jul 16, 2014

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