I am having the same problem with mine. It may be located in the fuse compartment, as in the pickup. This is just an inch or two of turning. I have a 98, but it's probably the same. At least it is on a 93 Aerostar. This is the water outlet. The fuel pump is in the tank, so it's a real pain to change.
Undo the clamp and remove the old filter. I know on my 98 2. AnswerDid you try the fuel pump reset switch? Lift up on each front corner of the cushion to release the clips. You should change the filter on your Mystique at least once a year or every 20,000 miles, whichever comes first. Note weep hole goes in upwards. Loosen the hose clamp on the small hose at the top of the water outlet, using your flat-head screwdriver.
Be very careful, there is a large red wire coming from the power distribution block under the hood. Start with the easiest things first. It is possible that the fuel pump went bad, and the way to know is to check the fuel pressure same place you bleed it under the hood. You have to lift loosen the adjustable clamp and then remove the fuel lines that are clipped onto the filter. Chances are you replaced the pump because it wasn't working and the pump wasn't out.
In addition to improving the fuel economy of your Mystique, regularly replacing your air filter will put less strain on your engine. On V-6 cars, the filter is at the front of the engine. Make sure you remember the direction of fuel flow, before disconnecting…. If you remove the back seat bottom cushion, you will see a access cover. If you are standing directly in front of your vehicle the timing belt is located to the left side of the motor and the alternator is located directly behind the timing belt. You'll see a wire harness leading to a round rubber seal. DealRatingFilter selectedRatingList, null ; ratingFilter.
SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter. SeatingFilter selectedSeatingList, null ; seatingFilter. It is tucked away in the uni-body, and held on by a adjustable clamp. Yes the check engine light is on, the car is so old, im not sure what's wrong with it, it might be a fuel pump that thought did cross my mind, I changed the fuel filter, and it idles just fine, once it heats up it seems to idle rough the car vibrates, and sometimes it dies, but when the engine is bogged down it dies everytime I stop. Keep an eye on the directional arrow, and install the new filter. The really good thing about the 98 tracer is that you don't have to drop the tank to replace the pump.
Clean the contacts, and reinstall it. To the right is the distributor collection of spark plug cables. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. BodyTypeFilter selectedBodyTypeGroupIdList, bodyTypeGroupIdToNameMap, null ; bodyTypeFilter. Crank engine for 15 seconds to reduce system pressure.
Remove fuel cap to release fuel tank pressure. If it is really loud it is getting restriction and it could either be your fuel filter or your fuel pump that is bad. We did ours at the hardware store parking lot as we had to buy a new clamp. If you can't drive more than 20mph without the vehicle bogging… A quick and easy test is to use a little starting fluid. The fuel Filter is located under the car,near the back passenger side door.
Pull the hose back and shove it out of the way to the side. Some coolant will leak out at this point, so be prepared. Make sure that you take notice of the fuel direction flow, the fuel filters have arrows on them indicating which way that is. They connect to the back of the fuse block. Fortunately, the part was designed to be disposable. If you remove the cover, the fuel pump is under it. Your thermostat is located beneath the outlet.
Tools Used: Tools, Flat-head screwdriver, Ratchet and socket set, Gasket sealant, Razor blade, Scouring pad, Bucket or small container Replace the Thermostat Use your ratchet and socket set to disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery. Goes real slow going uphill and speeds up slightly going down hill untill I let off the gas then push it again it'll kick and take off like normal. EngineFilter selectedEngineList, null ; engineFilter. Usually it's on the fuel rail Is this a 2. Vehicle was using Cruise Control.