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Change a mercury mountaineer transfer case?


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2012-04-01 04:31:37
2012-04-01 04:31:37

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Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ( 2.64 pints / 1.25 liters ) is used in the transfer case of a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer

There are two plugs on the rear side of the transfer case. One upper and one lower. These are the drain and fill plugs.

I am pretty sure that it is non existent, i have a 99 mountaineer and it is AWD and i am going to assume that yours has either FWD or AWD which means it has a transmission and a transfer case not a transaxle

Replace the transfer case , had same problem and that's what it was.

For the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine use ( 5W-30 engine oil ) For the 4.6 liter V8 engine use ( 5W-20 engine oil ) For the AWD transfer case ( and the 4X4 transfer case ) use Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid According to the 2004 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide

if its only happening at slow speeds like pulling into or out of a parking space its the transfer case i just got mine replaced. called junk yard got transfer case call dealership and get gasket and seal and you are good to go.

How to "fix" doesn't tell us nearly enough. Much more information re. what exactly the problem seems to be, is needed for a good answer

Check behind the glove compartment. The TCCM (Transfer Case Control Module) is located there on some Ford vehicles like the Exploder and the Ranger.

The automatic transmission takes Motorcraft MERCON - " V " - automatic transmission fluid The transfer case takes Motorcraft MERCON - automatic transmission fluid

Change and flush the transfer case fluid immediately.

The Owner Guide shows Motorcraft Mercon automatic transmission fluid

A transfer case is used on an all wheel drive vehicle , or a 4X4 vehicle , and is bolted to the rear of the transmission If you mean the transaxle ( transmission ) on a 2004 Mercury Sable it is bolted to the engine inside the engine compartment ( on the drivers side )

A transfer case is used if a vehicle is all wheel drive or 4 wheel drive capable and is located at the back of the transmission . In a 2000 Mercury Sable the " transaxle " is bolted to the back of the engine towards the drivers side

Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the transfer case for the 4x4 and all wheel drive systems

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Its is located on the transfer case. It pulls right off the transfer case and is very simple and easy to change...only problem is finding the gear to replace it

Remove all wires attached to the transfer case. Remove the driveshafts. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Place a transmission jack under the transfer case. Unbolt the transfer case from the transmission. Unbolt the crossmember the transfer case rests on.

Behind / below the glove compartment area inside a plastic case . You can see where the heater hoses connect to the heater core at the firewall in the engine compartment

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The transfer case is bolted to the rear of the transmission Engine / transmission / transfer case ( front to rear ) on 4x4

You can not transfer acourt case unless yours is federal. If it is google transfer federal co.urt case

I'm not sure if Mercury followed Ford with the introduction of the new HVAC system in 2003. That is probably the case and the system and problems will be the same as the Ford Explorer. Pictures to identify which system you have and diagnostic processes are available on

Either the output seal on the trans or the input seal on the transfer case has failed. You will need to remove the transfer case to change both seals.

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