You can't. The Exporer/Mountaineer must be taken into the dealership for them to check with their computer diagnostic equiptment. see this link at Edmunds carspace http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.ef16d7c/0 You can't. The Exporer/Mountaineer must be taken into the dealership for them to check with their computer diagnostic equiptment. see this link at Edmunds carspace http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.ef16d7c/0
how do you change the transmission pump in a 2002 mountaineer
there isn't one, the transmission is sealed for life and not DIY servicable
There is no transmission dip stick for a 2002 mercury mountaineer, fluid will need to be checked from under the vehicle. There is a fill plug on the transmission, remove the plug and fluid level should be up to the level of the plug hole. This is the only year mercury did this in the mountaineer.
Starting with the 2002 model , there is no automatic transmission fluid dipstick on the Mercury Mountaineer ( and the Ford Explorer , 4 door )
They have a sealed transmission you dont have to fill it. The fluid should be changed around 100,000 and it has to be done by a dealer.
Down the tube that holds the trans dipstick.
The 2004 Mercury Mountaineer does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick . I know that the 2002 and newer Ford Explorer four door versions do not have a dipstick for the automatic transmission fluid level .
The Owner Guide shows Motorcraft Mercon automatic transmission fluid
I assume the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer would be the same as a 2002 Ford Explorer ( No , starting with the 2002 model there is no automatic transmission fluid level dipstick ) Ford has a way of checking from underneath the vehicle
its in the bottom hose
Approx 5 quarts
7 quarts if just a fluid change.