On a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer : ( NO ) it was not designed to have a third row seat ( 2002 model years and newer could have a third row seat )
There are seat belts for ( 5 ) people
A very definite maybe ... the 3rd seat was an option, so not all wagons are equipped with them.
You can view the 2000 Mercury Mountaineer owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( page 114 explains how to use the power seat controls on the side of the drivers seat , located between the seat cushion and the door )
In a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer : The 6 disc C/D changer should be in the center console ( if not look under the drivers seat )
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : The tire jack and lug nut wrench are in the cargo area , on the drivers side , behind a removable plastic panel by the liftgate The ( 2 ) rod sections used for putting the jack in position ( 1 section is used to lower the spare tire ) can be found just behind the rear seat ( go around to the passenger side and tip the seat back forward , lift the carpeted panel and you will see the ( 2 ) rod sections held in place with clips
On a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment ( maxi fuse # 4 is a 30 amp fuse for the power seat , power windows and power moon roof ) There are also other fuses listed for the memory seat and heated seats You can view the 1999 Mercury Mountaineer owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuse section starts on page 170 )
I have a 1998 Mountaineer and had the same problem. There was dust in the electrical connections. All the dealer did was blow it out and charge me an outragous service fee
No such option was available.
If your sitting in the driver's seat, open your door and look on the side of your dash panel.
Loose exhaust system.