DIY 1995 Ford Escort Oxygen Sensor?

Answer If it's faulty or failing, the oxygen sensor will cause your car to run rich, start hard and idle rough. If you suspect the sensor is bad and the "check engine" light is on, have your car computer ... Read More »

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How do I install a 1995 Ford Escort oxygen sensor?

Exhaust-gas oxygen sensors are part of your vehicle's emissions and engine-control system. One or more of them sense the difference between the oxygen content of the surrounding air and that of the... Read More »

How to Change an Oxygen Sensor on a Ford Escort?

The emissions control system of your Ford Escort is designed to keep your engine running at its best, ensuring good gas mileage and reliable performance. Changing the oxygen sensor on a Ford Escort... Read More »

How to Locate an Oxygen Sensor for a 2001 Ford Escort?

Locating the oxygen sensors in the 2001 Ford Escort can be a challenge if you do not know what you are looking for. The 2001 Escort uses two oxygen sensors. While they are not interchangeable, they... Read More »

How do I Replace the Speed Sensor in a 1995 Ford Escort?

The wheel speed sensors on your Escort are a necessary part of the car's antilock brake system. They enable the computer within your Escort to monitor the braking pattern of each of the calipers. W... Read More »