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
how far do i drive my mercury la sable ls to reset emmission control computer
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
The front axles are your "driveshafts" on ALL front wheel drive vehicles. Other wise there are no drive shafts.
There are two drive axles - one for each front wheel. These are also known as 'half-axles'.
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.
Overdrive is the normally allowed position . It won't shift into overdrive until the speed is higher anyway , such as on the highway / freeway
Linkage is broken or loose - or trans pump shaft is broken ( big job)
A transfer case is used on an all wheel drive vehicle , or a 4X4 vehicle , and is bolted to the rear of the transmission If you mean the transaxle ( transmission ) on a 2004 Mercury Sable it is bolted to the engine inside the engine compartment ( on the drivers side )
That would be Jacksonville...
It takes about 4 hours to get from Jacksonville to Largo. If you have any more questions about directions you should visit mapquest!
I don't have an answere, but a picture diagram would help alot try going to "How stuff works"!
Serpentine / accessory drive belts price around $15-30.Don't go cheap on this particular item.See "Related Questions" below for tons more about Sable serpentine belts.
The drive from Orlando to Jacksonville via I-4 and I-95 is approximately 2.5 hours.
The transaxle is the transmission on a front wheel drive car , it's bolted to the engine ( looking in the engine compartment from the front the transaxle is to the right of the engine )
Depends on how you drive. I recommend every 5,000 miles under normal conditions. If you drive nothing but highway you can change oil/filter every 6,000 miles. Forget the 3,000 miles that the quick lube shops recommend. They just want your money.
It takes 5 hours and 15 minutes to drive from Jacksonville to Fort Myers. It is about 320 miles.
Alexandria Virgina to Jacksonville North Carolina the drive will be 5 hours and 23 mintues
Jacksonville International Airport is located in the state of Florida. The address of the Jacksonville Airport is 2400 Yankee Clipper Drive in Jacksonville. The airport code for this airport is JAX.