1993 Mercury Capri Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1993 Mercury Capri

1993 Mercury Capri Problems

An alternator pulley, of the incorrect size, installed at the factory can be the cause of drive belt failure and illumination of the battery light. The alternator pulley should be inspected and replaced as necessary if the drive belt brakes. When the new belt installed, it must be adjusted to the proper tension.

Fitment and deterioration of weatherstripping on mating surfaces of the convertible top can cause water to leak in the interior. The contour of the roof can also contribute to the leak problems. Foam can be added to bolster the contact points where leaks occur and / or the weatherstrips can be replaced where they are deformed.

Faulty material in manufacturing could cause the inside door pull handle to break. Both handles should be replaced.

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1993 Mercury Capri Questions

The belt keeps snapping...it looks like the alternator pulley is not properly aligned.

my 93 merc capri wouldnt start, somebody told me to press the reset button in the trunk.I did now it wont even turn over..PLEASE HELP!!

how do i know whether my break fluid is leaking from my master cylinder or my power break booster. I have brought my car to 2 mechanics and they both say well its your master cyliner and your power break booster im like really , then they reply well ya know the reason i say its both is because i ...

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1993 Mercury Capri Recalls

THE TRANSMISSION FLUID RUBBER TUBE CONNECTING THE TRANSMISSION TO THE TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER LOCATED IN THE RADIATOR CAN BECOME DISCONNECTED FROM THE TRANSMISSION, RESULTING IN DISCHARGE OF TRANSMISSION FLUID.

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