These model years / designs are very different from each other and the doors are not interchangeable.
A code 111 on a 1994 Mercury Sable is a KOER code. This specific code means that no other codes are coming up on the vehicle.
Try looking in a Ford Tempo or Mercury Topaz.
In the relay block with the other relays.
there are two 02 sensor one is call upstream .. that's is on the exhaust manifold front engine ... and the other is downstream next to the back of the engine on the exhaust y pipe
On a 2002 Mercury Sable : I assume the coil pack towers are numbered the same as any other Ford / Mercury six cylinder coil pack that I have seen : coil---3 - 4 pack--2 - 6 plug---1 - 5 ------------------------------------------------------------------ Also the engine cylinder locations on your V6 Mercury Sable are numbered : firewall 1-----2-----3 4-----5-----6 front of vehicle > driver The firing order is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 )
I have a 1987 mercury sable the fuel relay in combined with other relays mounted on top of the radiator. If you look in your car manual under engine control diagram find the fuel pump relay wire color code, match it to the wire coming out of the relay mounted on top of the radiator its probably there.
Disconnect the positive battery cable and wait 30 seconds or so then reconnect the cable. If this does not clear it you have other problems.
The alternator fuse on a Lexus is located in the rear of the engine compartment. It is housed in a water tight box along with many other vital engine fuses.
Only the bolts holding the caliper on it.
In the engine compartment relay/fuse panel. It is either position #27 or #28. One page in my book shows #27, the other page shows #28.
wires, connecters, terminals
Have a mountaineer with a bad 5.0 liter engine. What other 5.0 ford engines will interchange with the mercury engine?
Battery is completely discharged or is defective. loose alternator wiring or bad alternator.
There were 3 different engines offered in most years of Taurus / Sable production, and each engine used a different filter (assuming the SHO & DOHC were different from each other). The friendly folks at the auto parts store will be able to help you determine which filter is the correct one for your vehicle.
The usual cause of a blown alternator is overload. The alternator will also blow if the battery is connected backwards, even for an instant, such as during jumping. Sometimes, overload is caused by attempting to jump start another car while revving the engine of the first car. The alternator is not designed to carry the current of a starter. Depending on the alternator, protection might be built in, but don't count on it. Rev the engine only to help charge the other battery, and then let the engine idle while starting the other.
Yes, you can put a CD player in a 1998 Mercury Sable. Simply take the vehicle into an automotive audio shop. They will install a single or 6 disc changed CD player while you wait. They can also modify your antennae and other audio and speaker settings.
After you remove the alternator from the engine, you can take it out from lower side of the engine. There are two ways you can get take it out. One way is to remove the CV joint and take the alternator out. The other way is to remove the exhaust pipe under the engine and remove the alternator. I used the second way because I could not remove the CV joint in my case. The bolt stuck and I could not get it off.
AnswerOn the 1992 Sable with either the 3.0L or 3.8L it is on the back valve cover (closest to the passenger compartment). It is harder to get to the PCV on the 3.8L engine. The actual PCV is connected to a rubber grommet on the engine valve cover and the other side PCV there is a hose that leads to another part of the engine.
It should be located under the top right of hood, nearby latch. Expect a multi-relay switch instead, whereas, it controls the fuel pump in addition to other engine parts.
the alternator is removed from below and there is three bolts (10 mm socket) that need removed. one of these bolts is on the other side of alternator. use a small mirror to see this bolt. Don't forget to disconnect battery!!!
Oil overflow/recovery tank? Im not sure of this answer!!
I am working on a 95 Mercury sable at the moment and the only way i see to even get to it is to take out the alternator and power steering. Then the cooling fan. My unkle is a mechanic and he said i was better off just taking it to the shop and having them done. as for taking the other parts off, its no gerantee that it will work. as i was saying im in the process. i will post another when i am done to update you. The way he said would work involves taking the frame appart. I would not sugest doing the frame at home considering the danger of it, especially to an unexperienced do it yourselfer.
I just replaced the alternator in my 2000 Mercury Cougar and with the labour, belt, idler, alternator and tensioner it was roughly $700 Canadian!!If it wasn't such a good car i would have though twice about fixing it but I've never felt safer in any other vehicle besides the Coug!
yes you can jumpstart any car. Just hook the positive up to the positive and the negative to the negative