Question about Mercury Mariner
It may be coil leads spark plugs cap rotor maybe a fuse
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
You'r probably not gonna believe this one but its the truth. Me and my soon to be wife were haveing a small dispute in the drive way and I was gonna drive off but I could'nt get the car started so she jumped on the hood and soon as she did she **** on the coil pack. That's when the car fired up and I dont know if it was the exhaust from not starting right away or if it was just the brute smell of fresh **** , but I got the hell out of there in a hurry. I hope this was helpful because it was good for me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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