Can you start a 1993 Ford Escort without an ignition?

Answer Unless your Escort was one of the Europe-only 1.8L diesels that Ford sold between 1992 and 1995, then no. All gasoline-powered engines need some means of igniting fuel once it's in the combustion c... Read More »

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1993 Ford Escort Wagon Won't Start?

There are two types of symptoms when your 1993 Ford Escort wagon won't start: the engine will not crank or turn over and the engine cranks but does not start. An engine that will not turn over sho... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a 1993 Ford Escort GT?

Ford recommends that you change the oil filter in your 1993 Escort GT whenever you change the oil--in other words, every 5,000 miles or six months. Ford recommends 3,000 miles and three months for ... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter on a 1993 Ford Escort?

When you turn the key to start your 1993 Ford Escort, the solenoid activates the starter which in turn shoots out a part called the bendix and engages the flywheel. The flywheel turns and starts yo... Read More »

How to Replace the Thermostat on a 1993 Ford Escort?

The thermostat in the 1993 Ford Escort is located where the upper radiator hose meets the engine in a small housing that coolant flows through when the thermostat opens. A faulty thermostat stuck ... Read More »