there is no way for that to happen. nothing with the a/c connects to the exhust. no way for the compresser to shot freon into the motor and out the exhust. all of the toobing for the a/c is on the outside of the motor. the same with the a/c compresser. the only part that is in the car is the cooling unit that blows are into the car. are you smooking crack?
A non-mercury tilt switch makes contact once reaching adesired angle they replaced the old mercury filled tilt switches as mercury is veryhazardous.
None, Roosevelt dimes replaced the Mercury dimes in1946
Mercury has no atmosphere to speak of, and therefore it has no weather.
This depends on what year of Mercury Mountaineer you have. For the 2008 and 2007 models, there were recalls, but they were not for rollover problems with the vehicle.
Mercury causes major neurological problems.
probably no one
Despite temperatures reaching as low as -173°C, Mercury has the second hottest average surface temperature in our solar system out of all the planets after Venus. Mercury is hotter than Mars.
I just replaced the timig belt on my 97 mercury tracer 2.0, the timing marks are lined up, but i still have no compression at all. Your input would be greatly appreciated. Im asking the question, apparently I'm in the wrong area.
Osmium replaced Lead Silver replaced Gold Cobalt replaced Iron Gallium replaced Mercury Zinc replaced Tin Iridium replaced Platinum In another book: Barium Calcium Plutonium Aluminum Sodium Zirconium
Mercury is highly poisonous and should not be used in milk production. The only place where mercury might be used in milk production is in mercury thermometers and where possible, these should be replaced with alcohol thermometers.
If it is defective it will need to be replaced.
Mercury can cause memory loss, loss of coordination, vision problems
It is to close to the sun.
only when it begins to fail.
There is no way to 'test' a timing belt. On your 1993, Mercury suggests it be replaced every 64K miles.
Not any life that we know of. Besides the obvious temperature problems, there is no atmosphere, and no water on Mercury.
I paid 265.00 parts and labor
Seat belts are never repaired, replaced only.
None, until the Monterey, which was only sold 2004-2007.
The AC clutch cannot be replaced without physically removing the compressor on a 1997 Mercury Sable. The compressor and magnetic plate must be removed before you can access the clutch.
Primarily it causes Mercury poisoning (Amalgam Illness, I think...)That can lead to several other problems like brain and kidney damage, plus many more general problems.
The Ford Freestar was discontinued in 2009 along with the Mercury Monterey Minivan, being replaced with the Ford Flex.
A reasonable price quoted for a oil pan, and gasket replaced on a 2003 Mercury Sable is $350. That is professionally done, so they may charge slightly more for labor.
because mercury doesn't have a magnetosphere to protect it and it's to close to the sun.