Question about 2003 Mercury Sable
Your O2 Sensor most likely set a lean code, because
you have a vacuum leak,you should be able to find
and resolve yourself
If the O2 Sensors have not been replaced at 100,000
miles do that
Again a 15 minute job you can do
Why would you ask about a fuel filter ?
Don't you have a maintainance log
& replace the fuel filter every 3 years ?
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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