My 1994 Taurus (a Sable with a different emblem on the hood) gets about 25 MPG, so it should take 49 gallons (plus a couple ounces) to go 1226 miles. Don't know how much gas will cost on the East Coast, but it's still under $2 in the Midwest, so it would cost $95-$100 here.
25 mpg @ $2.00 gal + about $108.00
Yes , a 1994 Mercury Sable is a front wheel drive vehicle
On a 2001 Mercury Sable : No , just front wheel drive according to my Consumer Guide book
Mercury Sables are front-wheel drive.
In a 1998 Mercury Sable : The transaxle is the transmission on your front wheel drive Mercury Sable it is located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side , bolted to the engine
The transmission ( or in the case of your front wheel drive 1998 Mercury Sable , the " transaxle " ) is located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side , bolted to the engine
As far as I know just front wheel drive
On a Mercury Sable : Some model years had an All WHEEL DRIVE system available in addition to the usual front wheel drive
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A transfer case is used if a vehicle is all wheel drive or 4 wheel drive capable and is located at the back of the transmission . In a 2000 Mercury Sable the " transaxle " is bolted to the back of the engine towards the drivers side
There are two drive axles - one for each front wheel. These are also known as 'half-axles'.
The front axles are your "driveshafts" on ALL front wheel drive vehicles. Other wise there are no drive shafts.
It does not have a drive shaft as such. It has a transaxle which which converts the power of the engine to the wheels. The transaxle also serves as the transmission.