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Juat had the coolent flushed and all seals and.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER
Juat had the coolent flushed and all seals and hoses and thermostat replaced. The Fail Safe warning comes on however the car is not showing overheating. What could the problem be?
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 AT 4:08 PM
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