How to Remove a 1998 Ford Escort LX Battery Hold Bracket?

Answer The subcompact Ford Escort debuted in 1981 as Ford's answer to the rising import of small Japanese cars. The battery in a 1998 Ford Escort EX is located on the right side of the engine bay, between... Read More »

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How to Remove a 1998 Ford Escort Lx Battery?

If you find that your 1998 Ford Escort needs to be jump-started more and more frequently or the battery quickly drains and requires constant charging, it may be time to purchase and install a new b... Read More »

How to Remove the Fuel Pump in a 1998 Ford Escort?

The fuel pump on a 1998 Ford Escort takes the fuel from the gas tank and pumps it to the fuel injection system under high amounts of pressure. When the pump goes out, the engine won't be able to st... Read More »

How to Remove a Battery From a 1998 Ford Taurus?

The 1998 Ford Taurus, like all Ford vehicles, is equipped with a standard cell automotive battery for use in starting the Taurus. The battery also provides micro charges for the power train control... Read More »

How to Add Freon to a 1998 Ford Escort?

Freon (refrigerant) can leak past the seals in your 1998 Ford Escort and cause a reduction in the cooling capacity of your air-conditioning system. Restoring the lost refrigerant will allow the air... Read More »