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Hello, jeruel_javil and thank you for asking your question on Fixya!
Here is a simple process that will walk you through a few steps that
will pinpoint the overheating problem on your 1998 Mercury Mystique,
without even using any tools. It has helped millions of people, and I am
certain that it will help you, because I wrote it for people in your exact situation. How to diagnose your overheating 1998 Mercury Mystique
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The procedure to replace spark plug on 1999 mercury v6 mystique is as follows:-- There are 3 things that get in the way of the plugs -
The plastic cover piece on the front - three 7 or 8mm bolts to remove ..
The box underneath that cover - 4 8mm bolts .
The coil-pack - this one can be left in place, but for the effort to remove the 4 7mm bolts, it was well worth in my book. Having it loose also made it a bit easier to replace the plug wires
use a 3/4" plug socket on a 6" extension put a piece of duct tape around the socket extension / socket joint to keep them together. Use silicone / Di-electric grease on the plugs and both ends of the wires. A bit of anti-seize on the plug threads won't hurt either Don't over-torque the plugs - don't remember exactly what the torque specification is, but it's lower than I would have thought - snug them in tight, but don't "crank" them down hard . Do the plugs one-at-a-time! Helps prevent getting the firing order messed up. Plug gap: .054.
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Although i do not know the exact location for your car, in most cases the oil filter will be directly below and slightly to the side of the exuast. It should close, just directly below where you pour the oil into the engine. It should similar to a can of soda. Hope this helps
THE ENGINES THROTTLE BODY HAS A TPS WICH IS CALLED A THROTTLE POSITIONING SENSOR
It has a built in reostat inside of it which can get a flat spot anywhere in its circuit explaining why your car hesitates or sounds like it is ready to stall out
I would replace it and have the voltage set at 1.5 volts when set at the idle position
Then it should run fine again