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Where is the oxygen sensor heater circuit fuse located on a 96 Mercury Sable?


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2006-04-11 19:26:21
2006-04-11 19:26:21

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.


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O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.

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