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Can you add a third seat to a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer?

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2013-01-06 03:06:47

No , a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer is not designed to have a third row seat

( the 2002 and newer Mercury Mountaineer were designed to have a third

row seat )

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