The fog light switch on the 98 Mystique is on the headlight switch. When you turn on the headlights, pull the switch towards and the fog lights should come on. Here is a link to the owners manual for the 98 Mystique http://www.analogstereo.com/pdf/om/mystique_owners_manual_1998.pdf
park light circuit.
That's the overdrive off light
Ignition switch may be defective.
There is a battery light above the engine temperature gauge
We figured it out . The switch that controls the dash brightness was turned all of the way up! After adjusting it and restarting the car , the dome light went out.
A malfunction has been detected
turn the switch on and then push the button on ur gauge until ur oil light flashes it should go off when you turn the car on good luck
not charging the battery properly... check the alternator.
Normally it means the alternator is failing.
On a 1998 Mercury Mystique : To the left of your tachometer is the seatbelt reminder light and Under your fuel gauge is the airbag readiness light ( if the light stays on or flashes take your vehicle in to have the airbag ( Supplemental Restraint System , SRS ) system checked out / repaired
A mercury switch is used for connecting current to a under-hood/hatch light.
it is located on the light a switch that says 12sec on and off
The 1993 Mercury Sable backup light relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The backup light relay switch will be above the accelerator pedal.
i have a 1999 cougar mercury vehicle that all of a sudden doesn't reverse.Why?
If your check engine light is flashing , an engine cylinder misfire has been detected
That would be your LOW engine coolant light You can view the 1999 Mercury Mystique owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
it mean there is a hydraulic or electrical fault on the transmission
Assuming it is the same as the 1998 Mercury Tracer : The fog light switch is on the turn signal lever , next to the head light switch * you probably need to have your head lights on low beam
in the lamp assy. Mercury switch
AnswerThere are dozens of things that turn this light on. G0 to auto zone and have the codes read for free.
You don't. The switch is all one , you will have to replace the entire switch.
Yes, but if it stays on you should plan to take it in soon to have the engine checked. That is why the light is there.
May also want to check the module ontop of the transmission, it's located next to the battery, I'm not sure if the part's correct name is a neutral safety switch.
Start by figuring out what the cause of the fault it, then go from there. Check for power at the lights. If you don't have that, check for continuity in the switch. If you don't have that, replace the switch.
Brake light switch stuck, defective, or out of adjustment.Brake light switch stuck, defective, or out of adjustment.