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The Mercury Tracer is a model produced by Ford's Mercury division from 1987 to 1999, spanning three generations in various configurations including three- and five-door hatchbacks, four-door sedans, and five-door station wagons. Initially launched as a subcompact, it transitioned into the compact segment in its later generations. The first generation, which retained the hatchback configurations of its Lynx predecessor, bore similarity to the Ford Laser but showcased a distinct Mercury grille, badging, and wheel covers. The Tracer Wagon featured identical sheet metal to the 323 Wagon. In its second generation, the Tracer was built on the front-wheel-drive Mazda BG platform and came with a standard five-speed manual transmission, with a four-speed automatic as an option. In 1997, the third-generation Tracer debuted with significant upgrades to the powertrain and body. Derived from the Ford CT120 platform, it utilized a 2.0-liter CVH engine that produced 110 horsepower and was mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission. This generation was unique in that it was entirely produced and assembled in the United States. While it shared many elements with the Escort, it had its own distinctive features such as the front fascia, taillamps, and model-specific wheel covers. After 1999, Mercury discontinued the Tracer, marking its exit from the compact segment. Although a fourth generation was planned for 2012, it was ultimately cancelled due to the closure of the Mercury brand in 2010.

Between 1987 and 1999, the Mercury Tracer exhibited a series of issues related to three primary concerns: starting problems, sensor malfunctions, and a persistent roaring sound from the front. When it comes to starting issues, various culprits emerged, including a depleted or damaged battery hindering power to the starter motor, interruptions in fuel delivery due to issues like clogged filters, defective fuel pumps, or malfunctioning pressure regulators, and ignition system challenges caused by faulty spark plugs, ignition coils, or control modules. On top of that, starter motor or solenoid failures might result in an engine that doesn't start, and additional electrical problems could arise from a malfunctioning ignition switch, neutral safety switch, or compromised connections. In specific cases, such as with some 1998 models, there's a lack of response when the ignition key is turned, despite other electrical components working perfectly. This could be addressed temporarily by manually shifting gears prior to ignition, hinting at a potential fault in the transmission range switch. If the vehicle starts in neutral but struggles in park, the internal contacts of the "PARK" position might be worn, suggesting a need for a transmission range sensor replacement. During its production timeline, first-generation (1988-1989) Tracers exhibited issues like oil leaks from valve cover gaskets, fuel pump failures, and ignition module problems. In contrast, second-generation (1991-1996) models faced transmission glitches, defective distributor components causing misfires, and vacuum leaks leading to idling or stalling. Regular maintenance and expert evaluations are crucial in these scenarios. However, a grave concern emerged in 1997 when a Tracer's wiring under the passenger dashboard shorted due to a moisture-accumulating sensor, causing a fire. Ford addressed this with a 2001 recall, urging owners to ensure its execution for safety. Lastly, a distinct roaring sound reported in the 1997 Mercury Tracer LS 5-spd manual model, prevalent around 30mph, was challenging to pinpoint. Although wheel bearing or transmission was initially suspected, the actual issue might lie in the drive axles, specifically a worn CV joint, as deduced by mechanic evaluations.

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