Question about 1997 Mercury Mystique
That's a good name for a car in such a dilemma...
Mystique... 1997 (posted both 4 & 6 cylinder parts).
Since the lifting is the hard part... it would be better to take it to your cooperative PARTS HOUSE FOR TESTING..
you might GET to do everything at least twice (bad idea).
If you have the bolts.. the job gets a lot simpler.
Generally you have a Huge (POS +) wire that connects
from the battery DIRECTLY to the SOLENOID.
You want to do is DISCONNECT the GROUND
at the BATTERY (NEGATIVE (-)) terminal.
(Always first off & last on... always... safety first).
Connect the "S" lead to the "S" terminal
(battery KEY switched ON only in START Position) ...
If you don't own (or want to buy) a manual
go to BBB Industries and register to use their
wiring DIAGRAMS & TSBs
(See very bottom: Technical Service Bulletins).
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Posted on Feb 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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