1995 Ford Probe Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Ford Probe
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1995 Ford Probe Problems
Water corroding the head light actuator connector can cause the head lights to open and close on their own, or operate erratically. Replacing the head light actuator motor should fix this problem.
A defective oil pump can cause ticking noise from the engine, stalling, rough running, and reduced engine power. Replace the oil pump if this is found to be the cause.
If the mass air flow sensor is not working properly, the Check Engine Light can come on, the engine can hesitate while accelerating, has reduced power, and a rough idle. Replacing the mass air flow sensor should fix this concern if the diagnostic trouble codes confirm the mass air flow sensor is the cause.
1995 Ford Probe Questions
Clutch has been soft for a while and all of a sudden, it gave out went to the floor, and NO return. A mechanic wants a fortune to replace it and a friend told me it was a 20 dollar part and the hardest part was bleeding it properly
IT TAKE A LONG TIME FOR HEATING IN THE INSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING,AND THE DEFORSTER TAKES A LONG TIME TO CLEAR MY WINDOWES,,AND AS SOO AS THE ENGINE IS WARM THE YELLOW ENGINE LIGHT COMES ON AND STAY ON.
It's a Mitsubishi 16 valve ohc
1995 Ford Probe Recalls
1995 Ford Probe Reviews
The leather upholstery recently started ripping at the seams, but other than that, if taken care of with proper maintenance and regular tune ups, this car will last you a long time!
i have a 95 probe gt 5 speed great car fast and it handle's great,i put header's full exhaust and a cold air intake on it and it is a whole new car 0 to 60 in probly 5 1/2 second's now it is also very reliable never had much trouble with it at all and rusting out is defently not a issue with these car's i havent seen one rust out yet,great car i highly recomend geting in one.