Ford 1.9L, 2.0L Index of Articles

The throttle position sensor (TPS) is one of the easiest sensors to test on your Ford 1.9L or 2.0L 4 cylinder engine. The best part of testing the TPS is that you don't... [read more]

The crankshaft position sensor, which is located near the crankshaft pulley, can be tested with a multimeter. No scan tool needed, and in this article, I'll show you how to... [read more]

Testing your alternator to see if it's the cause of the battery light being illuminated on your instrument cluster is an easy test that you can accomplish in under 15... [read more]

If the upstream oxygen sensor on your OBD II Ford Escort (or Mercury Tracer, Ford Focus) goes bad, you'll see the check engine light shining nice and bright, and when you... [read more]

Testing the Ford Coil Packs on the 1.9L and 2.0L Ford, Mercury and Mazda equipped cars is pretty easy. This article will walk you... [read more] at:

Doing a compression test (and more importantly, interpreting the results of it) is not hard to do. In this article, I'll walk you thru' the whole test in a step-by-step... [read more]

You don’t need a Scan Tool to test the MAF (Mass Air Flow) Sensor on your Ford Escort (Mercury Tracer). This article will walk you... [read more] at:

When the thermostat goes bad on your Ford 1.9L or 2.0L vehicle, it will either cause the car to overheat or, if it's winter time, the heater won't work. In this article,... [read more]

In This Fast Test you'll be able to pinpoint the problem to the ignition control module or the ignition coil or the Profile... [read more] at:

You don't need expensive test equipment to test the starter motor on your Ford 1.9L or 2.0L Escort (or Tracer, Focus, Contour, Mystique, etc.). As a matter-o-fact, the... [read more]