How to Replace the O2 Sensor on a 1996 Sable?

Answer A variety of components make up the emission control system in a 1996 Sable, and one of these components is the oxygen (O2) sensor. The O2 sensor measures the amount of oxygen in the engine exhaus... Read More »

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How to Replace the Disc Brakes for a 1996 Mercury Sable?

The front brakes on the 1996 Mercury Sable are anti-lock disc brakes, while the rear wheels have drum brakes. Disc brakes enable the vehicle to stop in a shorter distance, and they allow the driver... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Ball Joint on a 1996 Sable?

The 1989 Mercury Sable was produced with the option of a standard 3.0-liter engine, as well as a 3.0-liter, dual overhead cam, V-6. The 1996 Sable was equipped with antilock brakes and an independe... Read More »

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 an Oxygen Sensor in a Sable?

The Mercury Sable has four oxygen sensors to regulate and monitor the oxygen output of the vehicle. Each exhaust manifold has one sensor, and there is one sensor in front of each catalytic converte... Read More »