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Air lock in the fuel line in 93 Mercury Tracer. Ran out of fuel, filled up but now appears to be no pressure to fuel. Display shows fuel ''cutoff.''

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There is an actual cutoff switch in your trunk . Find it and reset it, then you should be good.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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I have a 93 Mercury Tracer with a Ford 1.9L engine. About 2 months ago it started idling high and low when I am parked or at a stop light. After checking my air filter, I noticed that it was sucking oil...


put a can of seafoam in your fuel tank at your next fill up after doing the following
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I have a 93 Eagle Vision we ran out of gas now the car will turn over but is getting no fire


There may be an air lock in the fuel line or fuel pump.
Pour some fuel in the carby and start the engine. You may need to do this a few times to get the air lock out of your fuel line/pump.

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1995 mercury tracer car overheated an stopped . went back the following day after cooling , engine turns but wont start. do I need to turn the fuel cutoff switch and reset button?


I don't think the fuel reset is going to do it. Does the engine sound different when it turns over than it used to? I think you might have got it too hot. Did you shut it off or did it shut its self off?

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Need to find the low pressure line in my 93 mercury tracer


in your a/c system it is attached to the reciever/ dryer by your firewall.

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When you ran it out of gas you may have ruined the fuel pump. They are very touchy. you can check it by having someone listen under the car by the fuel tank and you turn the key to the on position, be sure not to try and start it. When you turn the key to the on position you should hear the pump prime its self. If you dont the pump is bad if you do then you might look into the fuel filter it may have gotten clogged when it ran out of gas.

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1999 2 0 Mercury Tracer very hard start & rough idle then dies


are you getting fuel to the engine? are you getting spark? check fule pump cut off switch on drivers side kick panel. good luck.

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