1616 Cassat Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32210
2000 Mercury Mystique
VIN - 1MEFM6535YK603934
You will love this SILER 2000 Mercury Mystique, equipped with a 4 Cyl. engine. Enjoy this great car with features like Tilt Steering Wheel, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Remote Trunk Release, Intermittent Wipers, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, and much more. Have peace of mind in this 2000 Mercury Mystique. See us at Duval Ford today!
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Take a look at this local trade, it runs very nice and it will be a great commuter. Call Giovanny with any questions about this Mystique. The process of buying a used vehicle from us involves inspecting and test driving the vehicle to make sure you are making a good investment. Once you are done with making sure the vehicle feels good and safe then you can purchase it or you can just say I don't like it, it is that simple, without any pressure from us.
Ford Contour - Speaker System done
My budget setup which features Kenwood Subs (kfc-w3011)x2, Kenwood Mono Class-D amp (KAC-8104D), Dual Headunit, Dual 300 Watt for the doors, Pioneer 240 Watt 6x8's in the doors.
2000 Ford Contour SE
2000 Ford Contour with low miles and one owner. this vehicle was garage kept and had been serviced up to date. Also, owner has purchased 5 year warranty after purchase.
2000 Ford Contour drum brakes
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2000 Ford Contour SE
First video ever. Recorded by my lovely assistant on my phone.
This is for those who own one and have no idea how to put the brakes back on after fighting to get them off. It is not a full tutorial as I forgot to record it until I was almost done, but I had to start all over because I didn't do it this way the first time.
It cuts out during the last spring. Basically I had to bend the hook back into place and then press it in with a flat head screwdriver. Then you just tweak the adjuster, position the shoes on the plate with all the springs attached and put the drum on. Of course if you remove the wheel cylinders like I did then you'll have to install them as well. Remember to bleed the brakes. I used a vise-grip on the brake lines to keep the fluid from draining out when I removed the cylinders, that way you don't have to bleed the entire system, just the backs and it only takes a few pumps of the brake pedal to do it.