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SOURCE: seat heater won't turn off

Is there a fuse under there
or see if you can unplug it and plug it back in
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SOURCE: I could not find the speed sensor location on my

The Output Shaft Speed Sensor is located at the lefthand, (sitting in the driver's seat) rear of the transmission.

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SOURCE: my hood wont close on a 98 mercury mountaineer

if it doesn't lock then i would look at the latch assembly and spray it with wd-40 they get stuck because of rust and corrosion. also take a look at the handle inside the vehicle they also get stuck in the pulled out position and causing the hood to not lock. give it a push to insure it is in the full depressed position. good luck

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on the 5.0 liter it is in the rear lower intake manifold

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