How to Tell the Difference Between 1998 Ford Escort 9.25 or 10.25 Rotors?

Answer Brake rotors are an important part of the Escort's braking system. Braking with disc brake systems is accomplished by forcing two friction pads against a rotating disc fastened to the wheel. When s... Read More »

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Installing Front Brakes & Rotors on a Ford Escort?

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How to Change the Oil Pan on a 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 2.0?

The oil pan on your 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 2.0L acts as a reservoir for the oil in your Escort's engine. The engine oil lubricates the engine components and prevents them from seizing due to the high... 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 »

How to Check the PVC Valve in a 1998 Ford Escort?

Ford introduced the compact Escort in the 1981 model year. The 1997 model year brought about the release of the fourth generation of the Escort. This redesign, which lasted through 2000, was when F... Read More »