I have a problem with my vehicle: it does not start and there is no spark. When turning the ignition key, the light that is right next to the digital clock on the dashboard remains blinking. Does anyone know what might be happening? I'm really worried.
I own a Mercury Mystique 1996 and the engine harness has a manufacturing problem. The wires covering gets damaged with time because it is exposed to the heat from the engine, causing the wires to peel. When two peeled sections join, a short circuit is generated and that is were major problems begin: high fuel consumption, jerks, lack of response on uphill roads, overdrive activation, among many others. And this problem must be corrected from scratch; Ford is responsible for all the failures. I do not recommend it.
I bought my Mystique Mercury a year ago and it is now happening that, if I leave the stereo turned on, the engine does not start. The switch opens, but the starter does not respond. It is only after trying many times that I can finally start driving. Can anyone guide me please? I really do not know what might be happening. I thought about changing the battery, but I do not know if it is the best option.
I own a Mystique 2000 engine 2.5 and one day, I arrived home, parked it like any other day and, the following morning, there was no way to start the engine. It has got spark and fuel, but it does not start. The fuel pump has been replaced, but nothing changed. Can anyone help me please?
My key will not turn to the off position to stop the engine from running. I can remove the key but I can not turn off the engine. To stop the engine I have to pull the fuse and disconnect the battery everytime I want to stop or reverse the procedure if I want to go. Help