We aren't going to be able to give you a 'magic bullet' here you're going to have to do some work to find out what the issue is and then we can do what we can to help you from there. Unless the harnesses you have used are an exact match you are going to have problems. It contains all the repair and maintenance info. By that I mean, did you check for continunity in each wire in the harness? There are two at the top of the motor at both ends. I found two disconnected harness though.
I hear a light click at the relay when the key is turned. It does not crank at all. I will pass this along to my daughter. Also check your fuses too. I really appreciate you taking the time to help me with this problem. Upon stopping at lights etc, the car would chug and sometimes stall. Engine Performance problem 1998 Mercury Mystique 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 90K miles Thanks for any help you can give at this point.
Their final analysis was that she should junk the car and the real problem may be a plate related to the timing belt. It is a tough job to get to it if you do not know what you are doing. The 3 harness connectors near the pass side rear head are tight. These are sideways motors so the replacements of the motor mounts is not an easy job. Also with this or they are very known for an intake gasket leak. Gotta be in there somewhere I simply cannot figure out where this female, 6 prong, 4 wire connector goes. There are 3 screws holding that cover in place.
The set up you have now could take a long time to correct. Answer Probably in or near the fuse box. Remove the bottom half of the cover surrounding the steering column. I am guessing that your starter is in the same place as mine, which is why you can not find it. This all started after I changed the harness to one in better condition because of the fraying issue. Install the new crankshaft sensor. Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for your replacement needs! Did you undo a connector to get to another connector and didn't reconnect it? Battery is charged - terminals tight.
All connectors except the 02 sensors have been made. Just be careful with the new one and not brake the o ring, I applied a dab of oil to get it lubed. I check it sometimes just due to that part of the information. Now I wanna know how to get it out?! When I turn the key, the security light goes away. We aren't going to be able to give you a 'magic bullet' here you're going to have to do some work to find out what the issue is and then we can do what we can to help you from there. AutoTrust Platinum provides a growing selection of affordable crankshaft components. Your advice is certainly something worth checking.
Check the timing as well as the fuel pressure, so far you've only confirmed that you have spark nothing else really. It is cheap and well worth it. The rear O2 sensor is located underneath the front passenger side of the car you will have to jack the car up to replace it. If we are able to find the exact source of this problem, I will certainly send it along to you and your readers! You can get to it by removing the screws and taking the steering column shroud off. My new alternator blew out the old plug. Thanks a ton for all of the input and ideas.
It is found in transmissions that have a torque converter lockup feature, and it is controlled by a solenoid in the valve body, which is inside the transmission. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. A 10 mm socket will undo the plug. She was able to drive the car about a mile from the dealership. Before the harness swap, the starter turned over.
I would hold off on replacing parts till you have done some diagnosis. Do you hear the fuel system charge? If your car is V-6 2500c. Seems these mystiques have a bad temperature problem! Do you have a no crank no start, or a crank but no start? Let the people with 12+ years of experience in finding and buying car parts help you find the best Crankshaft Position Sensor for your Mercury Mystique. This happens a lot when making changeouts. Sometimes a bump in a parking lot is enough to shut it off.