How to Replace the Ball Joints on a Mercury Sable?

Answer Worn ball joints on a Mercury Sable have several indicators. They cause a shaking in the steering wheel when encountering rough road surface, severe wear on the front tires and a knocking noise ove... Read More »

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How to Replace the Ball Joint on a 1996 Mercury Sable?

Your 1996 Mercury Sable features ball joints which connect your car's steering knuckle to the control arms. Their protective casing keeps dirt and debris from building up within the joint assembly.... Read More »

How to Replace the Upper Arm Assembly and Ball Joints on a 2003 Mercury Mountaineer?

In 1997, Ford Motor Co. decided that the Explorer was lonely and needed a friend to go romping in the mud with, so it released its nearly identical twin the Mercury Mountaineer. The 2003 Mountaine... Read More »

How to Replace the Window in a Mercury Sable?

The Mercury Sable is the upscale brother of the Ford Taurus. While the two vehicles share a lot of commonalities, Sables tend to appeal to a different customer base. Regardless of who owns the Sabl... Read More »

How to Replace an Alternator on a Mercury Sable?

The power-train control module (PCM) on certain years and models of the Mercury Sable controls the charging system by determining the best voltage (the optimal voltage set point) and sending the in... Read More »