it is by the floor to the left of the brake pedal may have a plastic cover although mine doesnt Also... the panel drops down by pulling on a small knob, immediately to the right of the fuse panel. There are also fuses in a box (under the hood), to the rear of the battery. A fuse pulling tool should be in each compartment... they look like stubby plastic tweezers.
were is the iac locate on a 1999 mercury mystique
The fuel pump fuse for a 1998 Mercury Mystique is located in the main fuse panel near the hood release. It prevents the fuel circuit from being overloading and damaging the pump.
whats the wireing diagram for a 1998 mercury mystique.
In the drivers footwell , behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
right behind the air filter toward the engine
It's right after the airfilter box
You can view the 1998 Mercury Mystique owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( The fuse section starts on page 109 ) The owners manual shows the location and diagram
According to the 1998 Mercury Mystique Owner Guide : ( 61.5 litres / 16.2 U.S. gallons )
On a 1998 Mercury Mystique ( for example ) In the passenger compartment fuse panel : Fuse # 21 is an orange colored 40 amp fuse for the power windows
No , coil pack
Replacing ERG Valves in a 1998 Mercury Mystique is fairly hard because it requires great precision to avoid blocking the EGR passage.
I don't think so.
That should be OBD 2
A 1998 Mercury Mystique with the 4-cylinder 2.0 DOHC appears to have a non-interference engine. Therefore, if the timing belt breaks, there should be no damage to the valves/pistons.
It is located on the passenger side of the car, outside behind the passenger strut tower under the power steering reservoir. From inside the car if you go to the corner on the left side of the passenger kick panel and pull back the carpet. its right there.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
Dealer or salvage yard.
98 mystique has only one cat conveter
There could be several reasons why a 1998 Mercury Mystique is overheating. The radiator may have a leak, the thermostat may be stuck, or the head gaskets could be blown.
The fuse for the abs system is blown. Check under the driver side of dash for the fuse panel.
it's complicated,you need a professional mechanic
4 Bolt X 108 mm
No , it is not an interference engine