Question about Mercury Mystique
SOURCE: 2001 escape xlt-truck would at
I'd change the plugs, wires and the ignition coil if you can see cracks. They are enclosed in oil so you may see oil as well but engine may be oily all over. If all of that is original then replace those three thing. Cost maybe $150 if you do it yourself.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
SOURCE: my 87 chrysler has rough
It's the lean burn system that's probably the problem. If you replace the Engine control module/computer then it should solve your problem at least temporarily. I know there is a conversion to get away from the lean burn system for good, but I have not tried that out myself yet. But my engine control module seems to go out during extreme weather.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
P0410 Secondary AIR System Performance
P1599 Engine Stall Detected
Leave it to GM to use a computer code to tell you your engine died. The AIR system was a mistake they felt like was best corrected by continuing to use it. The system is similar to EGR function where it injects air into the exhaust for emissions. When it screws up, and it does often, it makes the car run horrible and is usually expensive to fix because the parts are hard to find. I would call a local GM dealer, give them the codes and see what they estimate the cost to fix it is. You might consider trading it in after that.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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