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2003 mercury mountaineer

Service engine soon light stays on and it runs ruff

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    i need to know how to put the throttle position sensor on

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Engine light just came on....the SUV has 80000 miles on.

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Get it read at autozone for free probably related

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