im wandering where the transmission filter is on my 1996 mystique with a 4 cylinder.the filter has to go inside somewhere but not sure.if this is free it would be a huge help.perry
It is actually inside the transmission itself. You get to it be removing the transmission pan.
On a 1995 Mercury Mystique : There are ( 4 lugs for each wheel , total of 16 )
HOW DO YOU TEST THE COIL PACK ON A 1995 MERCURY MYSTIQUE DOHC 6 CYL.
should be on the bottom front of motor closer to driver side
We just changed one on a 1995 Mercury Mystique 4/95. It was located on the transmittion. They tell us there are 2 for this model, other one is supposed to be located in Instrument panel but we couldn't find it.
No , the 2.0 liter is not an interference engine in the 1995 Mercury Mystique
Answer - 4 Cylinder EngineThe starter is located under the intake manifold. You can get to it from under the vehicle.
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do you mean maf sensor if so it is located on top of air cleaner
left rear of engine behind oil separator
On a 1995 Mercury Mystique : If it is the same as the 1996 model , the fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole ) * the kick panel is the interior trim panel , in front of the front doors , by the persons feet
oxygen sensor on 2.0 is located on the exhaust pipe on v6 it is located in front and rear exhaust manifolds
Sorry , no ansewer because no Topaz 1995 ; last production was 1994.
the gap is 5.0
right above the oil filter on the transmission side of the filter mount
Bottom of the oil pan.
Look between exhaust pipe & block.
use goodyear tires
not charging the battery properly... check the alternator.
under the hood, driver's side - attached to the firewall in a tension clip
Mass air flow sensor is mounted after the air filter.
under the left side dash and under hood by battery
Is it leaking from the side by the coolant reservoir?
1995 Mystique automatic 4 cylinder probably has a Ford CD4E transmission with an internal filter that cannot be changed without a major disassembly of the trans. which makes it impractical if not impossible for a home mechanic or fast lube shop to do. Either get your transmission rebuilt or replaced while you have it out and save yourself some grief.