The fuel is located under the car on the passenger side, between the rear wheels. There is a clamp that holds it up to the cars underside. Use either a ratchet, or straight head screwdriver to loosen the clamp up. Once the clamp is loose, you can slide the fuel filter either way. The fuel filter has two fuel lines connected to both sides. Make sure you remember the direction of fuel flow, before disconnecting the plastic clips that hold the fuel lines to the filter on either side. Using a straight head screwdriver, place under the flat side of plastic fuel line clip, & wiggle it off, they will probally crack or break. This is O.K. because a new fuel filter will have new clips for the fuel lines being held to the fuel filter. Once the clips are removed, pull the lines off, fuel will drain out of lines & filter, this is normal. Remove old filter, once again remembering the direction of fuel flow, marked on the filter with a arrow. Now reverse the order, & put on the new one.
It is actually inside the transmission itself. You get to it be removing the transmission pan.
im wandering where the transmission filter is on my 1996 mystique with a 4 cylinder.the filter has to go inside somewhere but not sure.if this is free it would be a huge help.perry
On a 1995 Mercury Mystique : There are ( 4 lugs for each wheel , total of 16 )
HOW DO YOU TEST THE COIL PACK ON A 1995 MERCURY MYSTIQUE DOHC 6 CYL.
No , the 2.0 liter is not an interference engine in the 1995 Mercury Mystique
Depends if it is the 4 cyl or V6 its a 4 cylinder it is a 4 cyl
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the gap is 5.0
Bottom of the oil pan.
Look between exhaust pipe & block.
If you turn your steering wheel to the left as far as it can go and go to the FR (Front Right) tire you will be able to see it from there.
Dis-connect the battery, and wait a couple of minutes before you start working on it.