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About Mercury Mystique
The Mercury Mystique went into production on Monday, August 15, 1994, and was released in the same year for the 1995 model year. It was offered in only one body style, 4-door sedan. But it came in three trim levels: Base, GS and LS, and the latter two were available with the sport option. For the 1998 model year, the Mystique received a facelift with a new grille, revised interior, larger headlamps, side Mercury Logos on the rear 1/4 window and a new rear fascia. During its whole lifetime, the Mercury Mystique had been powered by either a 2.0 L I4 rated at 125 horsepower or a 2.5 L V6 cranking out 195-200 horsepower and 165-169 pound-feet of torque. And both engines sent power through either 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission.
Mercury Mystique Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
First, unsurprisingly, engine failure becomes the most common and serious issue that Mercury Mystique drivers have reported during driving. Since the seriousness of this issue lies in its ability to destroy the vehicle, you have to attach enough importance to it. According to some experienced drivers, this issue often shows some symptoms to warn you. For example, the engine will firstly make some strange sounds to attract your attention; if left unattended, you will notice the engine perform worse so that it may misfire, stall and even suffer from starting issues including hard starting and inability to start. Before the vehicle breaks down completely, if you notice a decrease in power while acceleration and fuel economy as well as a lit Check Engine Light, you had better start to inspect the timing cover, timing chain, timing belt, timing belt tensioner, timing chain guide, air filter, oil filter, spark plug and fuel pump.
Second, another troublesome issue would be the suspension failure. In fact, the seriousness of this issue often lies on most drivers have no idea about it and thus have no reaction measures to it until it is too late. But there are still recognizable and simple symptoms for you to diagnose this problem as soon as possible. First of all, if you could hear strange sounds such as whining, squealing and grinding sounds from underneath the vehicle, see uneven and excessive tire wear, feel hard to handle due to intense car vibration, unintentional steering and loose shaky steering wheel. All these symptoms often could be solved by replacing axle beam, rear crossmember, wheel bearing, shock absorber, axle shaft, sway bar bushing and control arm bushing.
A qualified Mercury Mystique owner would know the significance of routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts. Since taking preventative measures is often safer than reaction measures, therefore, you are advised to add some electrical parts such as neutral safety switch, A/C switch, blower motor resistor and parts including seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, fog light, headlight, antenna and cabin air filter to your routine maintenance list for a safe and comfortable driving trip.
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