How do I replace the fog lights in my 03 mercury mountaineer
The fuel pump is inside the gas tank you have to drop the tank to get it out
1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8
369k and still starts up no problem
On the drivers door there is a WINDOW LOCK rocker switch ( goes left and right ) If it has been shifted to the left only the driver can open or close the power windows
This is a common problem with this Mountaineer(all). It's due to bad soldering in the Radio. I found a guy on eBay that repaired it cheap. Now my over head display in my 2001 Explorer stopped showing the temp and compass heading because of bad soldering also. There's a answer for that fix on this...
According to the 2007 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : ( there are 5 lug nuts per wheel )
Down the tube that holds the trans dipstick.
codes on my 2001 were located behind the passenger side rear seat seat belt panel. I got instructions off EBay for $15. Well worth it.
well i just found out on my 98 mountaineer it does not have a pcv valve it has a pcv vent which is located on the back side of the motor i hope this helps.
I can't find it either, but the auto parts store listos one, so I'd assume it's there somewhere.
I have a 00 V8 and it is...
On a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch , which has a reset button on top of the switch ) is located in the front passenger footwell by ( or behind ) the kick panel * the kick panel is the interior trim panel , in front of the front door , beside the front...
by going to the police and telling them that you have just murdered someone and dumped the body into the nearby yard, and when they let the dog sniff on it for investigation part of it will vanish with the dogs lick, then the rest you just wipe of with a paper tower and lightly concentrated alcohol.
press remote unlock button twice
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\non the air cover of the throttle body
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door ( or pillar ) you will see an information sticker that shows the original tire size on the vehicle from the factory
Drivers side air bag circuit low resistance or shorted
If the check engine light is blinking that means that an engine cylinder misfire has been detected
Clean the inside of the throtle body where the butterfly is. Also clean the idle speed control which is on the side of the throtle body. Good luck..
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\n1) replace EGR valve He also found a leak (with...
There isn't one. Mountaineers are either 2wd or AWD.
on the dash there should be three buttons info, setup and reset one of those you press a few times and should show reset oil First turn the key to the run position (dash lights on and gauges on) you do not have to start the car. Now look for the "info" button. Push the info button until you see ...
Open the drivers door and there should be an information sticker on the end of the door that shows the original size tires on the vehicle from the factory
Remove the door trim panel and watershield.Disconnect the electrical connector from the mirror .
Remove the retaining nuts and detach the mirror from vehicle
There isn't one. In 1997, mountaineers were either 2 wheel drive or all wheel drive. Not 4 wheel drive
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
I believe it is called the front differential
Down the tube that holds the trans dipstick. You need a special funnel that fits in the tube, cheap in Walmart.
\nyou may have a circuit or you can check your doors for any malfunctions
To change the spark plugs, the ones on the left side (driver's side) of the engine are accessible from the top of the engine under the hood. The plugs on the right side (passenger side) are accessible by pulling the right front wheel and removing the rubber dust cover (pops off) that attaches to the...
go to any auto parts store wheir buy you filter just ask them and they tell you wheir it is at.
Yes, the block should work. Both are 302 HO roller blocks so that shouldn't be a problem. If you are considering using more of the engine there are a few things to consider. 86 302's use E6XX heads and Mountaineers come with GT40 heads. So if you are dropping the whole long block in expect to...
how do you change the transmission pump in a 2002 mountaineer
The child lock feature is probably switched on , open the back doors from outside and on the end of each door about 3 inches from the latching mechanism is a small lever , move the lever down
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the front passenger foot well , in the corner , above the carpet and below the dash - if you don't smell gas or see any gas leaking push the red reset button DOWN if it has popped up on the top of the...
You remove it and change the clutch packs.
they say that the computer module on the 2004 model is in the back of the glove compartment. however, in the previous models, like the 2003, it is in the plastic molding between the third and second window on the passenger side. there you will find your 5 digit code
Here's a site that will explain everything you need to know about airbag lights and resetting the system..
This website gives you the procedure for diagnosing and resetting airbag lights. See if your car is listed here..
Open the panel in the rear (driver's side) that houses the jack. There is a 4'' x 4'' computer looking box. The sticker on the front will have your 5 digit code in bold writing. It is near the end of the opening so you may need to pull the plastic a bit, and use a flash light!
Possibly, but not necessarily. IT may be a dpfi valve that is plugged, a piece of carbon caught in the EGR valve, carbon build up elsehere preventing circulation. Take it to a independent garage that specializes in troubleshooting of this nature. Answer i was getting a p0401 and a p0402. Follow...
If you change the RAP module ( which is located in the storage compartment where your tire jack is ) that will have a different factory code ( I believe you have to get new remotes also )
You need a transmission or gear shifter repair. The only reason for it to roll is that it is not actually engaged in the park position.
You can view the 2000 Mercury Mountaineer owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 174 , it has the diagrams and lists )
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
According to the 2001 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : With engine oil filter change : For the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine ( 5.0 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 engine oil ) For the 5.0 liter V8 engine ( 5.0 U.S. quarts of 5W-20 engine oil )
is there a certain number of miles that you should drive after you have done a drive cycle?
One of the wires might have been caught in between your steering wheel adjustment. Try moving your steering wheel a little bit high or low. Don't move into extreme high or low, there's a snag in it.
tis on the end of your shift nob
In the front passenger footwell , by the kick panel
The EGR on the 97 merc is on the back left side on the intake near the firewall. I have had sucess with cleaning out the throttle body and pathway to the erg for clearing the MIL or check engine light for odb codes related to excessive and inexcessive flow rates in the egr. Open the hood and locate...
Fuse # 17 is a 25 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter in a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer
Not always in the same place apparantly, here are some suggestionsTrunkits usaully on a sticker in the trunk Glove boxOn a 1992 Sableit's on a small white sticker on the left side on the opened glovecompartment On year 2000 up mercury sables the keypad on the driver's doorunlocks the driver door,...
( 5 quarts ) with engine oil filter change
Your vehicle has electronic fuel injection. As such, your idle setting is controlled by a computer (ECM) and cannot be adjusted in the manner I believe you seek. If you have an idle issue, there is most likely something else that needs attention in the system (dirty or faulty sensor, etc...).
I was looking at the 2004 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide and it shows : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the drivers side of the engine compartment : Cartridge fuses ( # 7 / 20 amp / Power Point # 2 ) ( #9 / 20 amp / Power Point # 1 )
It was 2001, because 911 hapened.
If you have replaced the belt, tensioner and idler pulleys, then the problem could be the water pump bearing, alternator bearing, camshaft bearings, power steering pump or any of the items attached to the serpentine belt. You may try to isolate the sound by listening with a length of rubber hose...
Bearing in: Alternator? Water pump? A/C Compressor? Belt tensioner?
Motorcraft MERCON - V , automatic transmission fluid in the automatic transmissions
well it shouldn't take no more than half hour so if your getting charged an hour than go somewhere else.
\npull the glove box open and pop the tabs on the side, on the left is the square plug for it. I leave mine connected and leave it in the glove box. pull it out when I need it and stick it to the side of the passenger kick panel with velcroe.
Hey Paul==Evidentally one of the doors aren't working correctly. It probably needs to be checked out by someone familiar with the a/c. GoodluckJoe.
The Mercury dealership found the problem to be a defective evaporator. Only 1 month out of warranty at 37,000 miles...
V6 engine firewall 3 - 6 2 - 5 1 - 4 front =================================== V8 engine firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
The washer fluid for the liftgate is supplied by the same reservoir as the windshield
15 to get learner's permit and 16 to get license.
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failed transmission range sensor open or short circuit condition
I'm assuming it is the same as a 1998 Ford Explorer : Underneath the vehicle , below the drivers door , mounted on the frame rail
On a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer : The fuse panel is under the dash , on the drivers side
For a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer , 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine : ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 3 - 6 2 - 5 1 - 4 front of vehicle -----------------------------...
1) Disconnect NEGATIVE battery terminal 2) Remove drive belt - use a 3/8" drive breaker bar inserted in the square hole in the tensioner arm to rotate the arm to remove the belt (Take note as to the belt routing prior to belt removal) 3) Disconnect electrical connections from the alternator - 1 plug...
Check the abs wheel speed sensors. Or the abs module could be bad
I BELIEVE the horn is mounted below the battery tray
( 2 ) There is a fuse panel in the end of the dash on the drivers side ( the plastic fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) and the Power Distribution Box in the engine compartment on the 1997 to 2001 Mercury Mountaineer
You need a special tool. Take it to most businesses that installs radio,s and they should have the tool.
I have a 02 with 4.6l if it is the same it is pretty easy to do,go to autozone.com and look up repair info then go to repair guides you have to set up a free membership and it will let you view the repair guides for free,they are very helpfull
In the Power Distribution Box in the engine compartment ( the PD BOX is " live " ) Fuse # 3 is a 20 amp maxi-fuse for the fuel pump relay and RAP module
my 1998 mountaineer hood release will not work. Is there another way to open it?
The drive performs better if it spins faster.
It is in front of the radiator. Should be able to see it throught the grill in front....
\nyou have a vacume leak probbly going to the heater control.
There is a check valve that prevents the loss of vacuum to the heater controls. This check valve goes bad. Then, as you accelerate, the vac. in your engine drops and along with it, the vac to the heater controls...
Did u ever find a solution?!?! My driver side rear door will not open from inside or out! Both doors won't open from inside but the doors were still useful when opened from Outside. It's annoying!
The IAT sensor on a 2004 Dodge Stratus 2.4L is located where theradiator hose meets the engine. IAT stands for intake airtemperature.
The power distribution box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side
If the clicking noise you are hearing from the rear panel in your Mountaineer is coming from the passengers side, you could be hearing the relay contact opening or closing for the automatic headlights (if equipped), rear window defrost, rear wiper, or a host of other features. Behind the trim panel...
The iat sensor is the front sensor on the intake manifold it has a gray 2 wire plug that is the 4.0 lt the 2.5 the sensor is the back sensor on the manifold.
5W-30 ( according to the Owner Guide ) * with engine oil filter change , 5.0 U.S. quarts / 4.7 liters
I think you mean front wheel drive, it is true there will be more wear on the front tires than on a rear wheel drive. That's why wheel rotation is important. As for vibration, that's far more likely to be wheels requiring balancing than because its front wheel drive.
You will need a flashlight to see it. If it's in the same place that it was on my truck....
If you look in the trunk area where the jack is stored. On the left side, once you remove that cover, look towards the front of that compartment and you will see the five digit code.
Remove the gas cap, then look for a Schrader valve on the fuel rail. If it has one release the pressure there. If it has none, then wrap a rag around the fuel filter coupling and prepare for a spray of fuel when you disconnect the fuel line from the fuel filter.
How do i change the chain out of my 1998 mercury mountaineer transfer case
\nUnder the battery tray. A little difficult to get to bu tnot too bad.
turn signal lever connection loose ... mine was....
This was part of a recall back in 2000 or 2001.
I heard it has something to do with the circut board in the radio, their are people on the internet that ays they can fix it. I havet sent mine to them yet but mine does the same thing Answer This is a very common problem see this website for details http://www.shareamemory.com/radio/paypal...
I believe it is mounted below the battery tray in the engine compartment
On a 2001 Mercury Mountaineer : The fuel filter is under the vehicle , below the drivers door , mounted on the frame rail
Look on the bottom by the flywheel.
You need to adjust the parking brake shoes by taking the rubber plug off the back and adjusting them like regular brake shoes. On my 1997 Mercury Mountaineer I adjusted the brake shoes, but it didn't work. The parking brake wouldn't hold, so I replaced the drums, and shoes and it still didn't hold...