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What would cause my a/c to not blow cold air? 1999 mercury mystique

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It could be anything. check the fuse to make sure compresser runs. there may be a leak in air conditioning system, check ac belt. no freon in system. also check the relay for the compresser if no power it will not run.

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Put in air compressor in 1999 mercury mystique worked then stopped


You must have recharged the unit? Or replaced the compressor unit? Some have an "overload" relay, it may have caused one of the fuses to blow.

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96 mercury mystique blowing cold air when hot?


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What size is the alternator belt for a 1999 mercury mystique with an air conditioner


For the 1999 Mercury Mystique with AC.
Belt Dimensions:
For the 2.0L In-Line 4-Cylinder Engine: 83.1 inches.
For the 2.5L V6: 71.5 inches.

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replace the fan speed resistor, the thermal limiter is open.

Jun 26, 2009 | 1999 Mercury Mystique

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Smelled mild burning, lost antifreeze - engine temp Hot. I looked under car and noticed a serverly frayed Belt - NOT the big surpentine belt - another small belt on the driver's side. 1999 Mercury Mystique...


For the 1999 Mercury Mystique Water Pump Belt on 2.5L V6 Engine:

Probable Causes: Belt: worn out, started slipping. Overheating caused by failure of Belt. Lost antifreeze: caused by failure of belt, not turning Water Pump Pulley, not circulating anitfreeze, which resulted in overheating.

Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Serpentine & Drive Belt Diagrams and Tensioners for your 2.5L Engine.
Scroll down the Page (about 1/3rd down) to Diagram #G99H08189, it shows the specific Water Pump Belt.
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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1999/make/mercury/model/mystique/1999_mercury_mystique_drive_belt_routing_diagram.htm

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Blown fuses


have not heard any response so am assuming this issue has been resolved

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I have a mercury mystique and it is overheating at lower speeds, what is the problem?


Can you verify that the radiator fan is coming on when needed? Your Mystique has an electric radiator fan. A sensor on the engine tells the computer to turn on the fan. If it is overheating in traffic or at speeds lower than 45 mph, you fan is probably not working when it should. Your mechanic should be able to tell with a scan tool if the computer is turning the fan on or not. Most likely culprit is the fan relay, but I've seen these with a bad fan motor also.

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