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The fan clutch is not engaging and turning fast enough. I would have it check by a mechanic for the fan clutch, thermostat, and coolant flow from the water pump

1995 Mercury... | Answered on May 01, 2009


replace fuel pump

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 10, 2009


first it goes to a exhaust header pipe, then to a catalytic converter,

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 06, 2009


that is the radiator light turn off vehicle open cap on radiator open the overflow bottle on the coolant reservoir put water/ coolant 50/50 pour som in the coolant over flow and in the radiator turn the car on let the radiator burp if you see a leak its the radiator needs replaceing if there is not a leak put more water/coolant in the radiator until its full/ put cap back on thats it/ Please rate my response Thank you very much

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 13, 2009


You will have to remove the panel from under the dash on the passenger side, I believe it has 4 push pins holding it up. Then you will be able to get to the resistor or the motor.

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 03, 2009


locate the blower motor under the dash behind the glove box and hit it with a hammer ,usually works every time

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 03, 2009


not a frozen linkage....the cable could be stretched but you should be able to putit in a different gear and get reverse if that is the case..it my have messed up the transmission as well. take it to a shop and find out what they have to say

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 01, 2009



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1995 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 01, 2009


if it like a 98 there are 2 slots on the far end of the cams.remove spark plug #1 closest to the timing belt and set to tdc....then align the two slots so you can get a straight edge into both at the same time....i use a piece of keystock.....place the belt on and thats it....really qiute simple

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 26, 2009


When you go to wide open throttle, the only thing that happens is your a/c cut out is activated by the throttle position sensor. I owuld check there, but it is very rare that the TPS would cause a fuse to blow.
You may have an engine wire harness that has the wiing insulation decomposing causing wires to short against each other. Peel open the plastic convolute and look for cracks in the insulation. Here is info on a Ford program to repair if less than 100,000 miles on your car.

October, 1999
To:
All Ford and Lincoln-Mercury Dealers
Subject:
Owner Notification Program 99M03 - Certain 1995-1997 Contour and Mystique vehicles - Under Hood Wire Harness - Additional Coverage.
PROGRAM TERMS:
This program provides extended coverage on certain under hood wire harnesses through 10 years or 100,000 miles which ever occurs first, from the original warranty start date. AFFECTED VEHICLES
Certain 1995 - 1997 Contour and Mystique vehicles built from Job #1 1995 through Model Year End 1997. REASON FOR RECALL
Under ambient factors of high temperature and high humidity, certain 1995 - 1997 Contour and Mystique vehicles may be susceptible to the wiring insulation becoming brittle and cracking on certain engine compartment wiring harnesses. These harnesses deliver electrical power to the engine and its cooling and control systems, the climate control, and other power distribution systems. If wire harness insulation cracking is found during the additional warranty period, the under hood wire harnesses are to be replaced at no charge to the customer. SERVICE ACTION
Additional Warranty Coverage
Effective immediately, Ford is providing additional coverage for the replacement of the under hood wire harnesses on these vehicles for a period of 10 years or 100,000 miles, which ever occurs first, from the original warranty start date. This coverage exceeds the provisions of the original component warranty coverage on the affected vehicles and is automatically transferred to subsequent owners at no charge. This additional coverage does not include normal service diagnostic or repair charges unrelated to wire harness brittleness and cracking. After this additional coverage has expired, wire harness replacements will be at the expense of the vehicle owner.

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1995 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 12, 2009


you almost never need to reset timing. To do it, you remove a timing "jumper" block which disconnects the computer from the distributor. Then, you can check "base timing" with a timing light. It should be 10 degrees. Then, during computer self test, it should jump to 27 to 33 degrees. You need a "Star Tester" to do this part.

1995 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 12, 2009


Good for cleaning the throttle (Known as upper induction cleaning). A couple references I read specifically said not to use Brake Cleaner on the throttle. See below. You could have killed either the Mass Air Flow sensor or Throttle Position Sensor or both. Fix It Right Induction and Throttle Body Cleaning Have a shop run diagnostics on the Engine Computer.

Mercury Mystique... | Answered on Mar 02, 2018


Car thinks it's still in gear. The park shift interlock is activated. This is a safety feature that won't allow key to come out unless vehicle is in park. Try this see if vehicle will start, if it starts run gear selector through all gears then turn off try to remove key. Let me know how this works

Mercury Mystique... | Answered on Dec 17, 2017


Changing a switch is not an expensive nor extensive repair procedure. Even on your Merc, if I remember correctly, on the bottom back side from you is a small hole in the plastic cover that you can stick a bent straight paper clip into, with the switch in the proper position, maybe accessorie, and the paper clip will push a release button so you can pull the ignition switch right out. Don't let them get over on you friend. And putting in the new switch assembly is easier yet. just hold the assembly in the accessorie position and push it in. then turn it off and pull the key. You may have to call a locksmith to have a coded key made for it so it will start the car. I've gone to a scrap yard and pulled switches out in said manner. Takes a few seconds and out.

Mercury Mystique... | Answered on Jul 07, 2017


Does the engine idle Smooth? If so sounds like your catalytic converter is plugged.

Mercury Mystique... | Answered on Feb 06, 2017


Is your Shifter all the way in Park? Try putting the Shifter in neutral to shut off the engine. If that works your key still won't come out but the car will not be running. If that worked then more than likely something is stopping your Shifter from going into park all the way. Try working the Shifter back and forth with you thumb on the button a couple of times to see if you can get it into park. Just remember the car can roll if it's not in park so use your parking brake if it works or get someone to block off the wheels (forward and back) while you hold the brake pedal.

Mercury Mystique... | Answered on Feb 06, 2017

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