Why would a Mercury Mystique turn over but not start even after a jump?
I had the same problem on my 1996 Pontiac firebird, they told me that my ignition cylinder had went out. Maybe you could ask about that, I don't know what would cause that to go out though?
I had a similar problem 1998 Mystique LS. It was a burnt out relay. Also the ignition switch (what the key turns on...I'm not a mechanic I think that is what it was called) was worn and I had to replace switch.
engine swap Short answer, no. Based on information from ADP Hollander. Edit: There should be no problem, provided that they were the same type, ie, two V6's or two I4's. I have the engine from a '96 Contour or Mystique in my 2000 Cougar with no problems, you wont even have to deal with the issue of return-vs-returnless fuel systems.
no. No. It's not humanly possible. The sun's temperature is too advanced for people to sustain. Nothing can survive there, let alone go there. Also if a spaceship went just a little further than Mercury it would start burning up. If you even tried it you wouldn't even make it in ashes. You would literally be vaporized.
Why does a clinical thermometer not start with at 0 while some lab thermometer even start at -5 degrees celsius?
The short answer is yes. That is because everything in the Universe affects everything else in the Universe, although almost always unmeasurably. So the general, theoretical answer to "Does A have anything to do with B?" is always yes, no matter what A and B are. Practically speaking, though, the influence from Mercury on the weather on Earth is extremely, extremely small, and it would never be taken into account in the weather forecast calculations…
A thermometer containing 7.8 g of mercury has broken if mercury has density of 13.6 gml what volume spilled?
Why would the engine be running hot on a 1998 Mercury Mystique 2.0 even though the thermostat heater radiator fluid fuses and relays all look good?
I think that alot of the 2.0L zetecs do the same thing. My fan comes on when it gets on the A. As long as you are in between the lines, it is not overheating. Some people have put manuel switches on so they can control when their fan comes on. Also if you feel it is hotter than you like, cut the AC on and both fans will come on.
Because it is in the past and will not be repeated. 2012 is over. Even if it was decided to start counting again, and a 2012 came up, it would be a different year than the 2012 we have experienced. Because it is in the past and will not be repeated. 2012 is over. Even if it was decided to start counting again, and a 2012 came up, it would be a different year than…
Where is the radiator fan switch on a 1998 Mystique My fan won't shut off even after cool down. Is it the fan switch or something else?
I am fighting the exact opposite problem on a 96 Mystique. I cant get my fan to come on and i have traced it back to be a ground problem. Wherever the switch is, it turns the fan on and off by closing the ground side of circuit, and activating the relay. Start by checking your relay, and making sure its not stuck "OPEN" otherwise, the switch, (Where ever it may be) is bad.
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That depends on what is it made of, however even lead cannon ball would float in mercury, let alone steel one. If you compare densities, you can see that mercury is more dense than lead in room temperature (13530 kg m-3 vs 11 540 kg m-3). One can imagine a cannon ball made of depleted uranium perhaps, which would sink in mercury, being more dense.