check pcv hose elbow for vacuum leak.
The 1995 Mercury Sable would have come from the factory with ( 5W-30 ) oil in the engines
vacuum is measured in pressure. To get a vacuum you need a negative pressure. that would be inches of mercury hg
how much would it cost on a 2004 mercury sable
Could be a bad inertia switch.
On a 2000 Mercury Sable : The automatic transaxle ( transmission ) fluid level dipstick would be near the firewall just to the drivers side of the engine ( where the transaxle is bolted to the engine )
Replace your transmission pump or get a new transmission.
According to the 2002 Mercury Sable Owner Guide : ( the 6 disc C.D. changer is either located in the center console , the trunk , or the right side of the cargo area , that would be for the wagon version )
Many of these systems rely on a vacuum supply from the engine to operate the doors that change the direction of air. When the vacuum supply is cut off the system defaults to defrost mode. I would suspect you have a disconnected, pinched, cracked or broken vacuum line under the hood from the engine that leads to the firewall.
there must be vacuum in the mercury barometer because if air enters the tube the barmeter would become faulty as air pressure will change.
Bank 1 and bank 2 is running lean. I would suspect a vacuum leak. Check for cracked, disconnected or broken vacuum line(s). The fuel filter could also be plugged and restricting the flow of fuel.
check all your ground wires
Fuel leak at hose or fitting Carbon canister is exhausted
The first clue would be if the car doesn't turn over :)
The price of a 1995 Mercury Sable brake line system, would depend on where the parts were bought, and what specific brand type of the parts. Usually, better deals are found online than in stores.
i think i had the same problem in my 97 mercury sable ,,,mine turned out to be a transmission problem. .i would also check fuel filter ,,its located in the lower rear quarter panel
A reasonable price quoted for a oil pan, and gasket replaced on a 2003 Mercury Sable is $350. That is professionally done, so they may charge slightly more for labor.
Driver Side on dashboard, under where your stickers on your windshield would be if they are on the left side.
Depends on what's wrong with the door.
The air intake filter assembly would be connected to the throttle body.
a manometer or vacuum gauge
I would start by purchasing a repair manual.
poor design If one is in the radio, it may be an aftermarket radio that has been installed.
Needs a new battery.
That would be an oxygen sensor installed AFTER the catalytic converter ( also called a catalyst monitor )