Although your owner’s manual will tell you when an 1991 Ford Tempo tune up is needed, and also indicate what parts should be inspected, repaired or replaced; your driving habits will play an important role in that schedule as well. For instance, if you drive in dusty conditions, like off-road or at a construction site, your 91 Ford Tempo tune up may be more frequent and may require earlier replacement of parts. Extremely cold or hot weather can also adversely affect your car and require an 1991 Ford Tempo tune up more regularly. Also, the weather may require that your timing belts be replaced sooner.
I have a '91 Ford Tempo GL with 78,000 miles on it. I believe it is having an issue with the fuel. When accelerating the car will hestitate, jerk, and then drive. This happens the most after taking off from a complete stop. However, it will act up intermittently when accelerating to maintain speed. When it is coasting or idling, there are no issues.
Although many shops advertise a basic 91 Ford Tempo tune up, there really is no basic 1991 Ford Tempo tune up for a car. All cars will require a different 91 Ford Tempo tune up depending on their make, year and model. Not all manufacturers make cars the same. Some vehicle parts last longer than others. So if a basic 1991 Ford Tempo tune up requires spark plug changes for cars with 12,000 miles, you may be wasting a set of perfectly good spark plugs if your manufacturer indicates that your particular spark plugs should be changed at 60,000 miles. Also, a basic 91 Ford Tempo tune up may not require a change of air filter, for example, but you may drive in sandy or dirty conditions often which will require an air filter change sooner.
Its a 1991 Ford Tempo GL, 4-door. 114k miles on the 2.3L HSC 4 cylinder. Exterior is a bit rusty but the interior is almost like new.
I ultimately decided to sell it because it proved to be rather abysmal compared to my Cavalier. Ride quality wise, it was in a class by itself but that didnt over shadow how slow it was. It was also pretty heavy on gas, usually only doing about 19-21mpg. It also handled like a flat shopping trolley at Home Depot.
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