Remove the interior panel for the appropriate side (not all the way, but enough to see the nuts holding it in). There are 2,3, maybe 4 nuts holding it in. Remove them and pull gently on the light from the outside. If it doesn't come out, common sense says there is one or more nuts on there still. Once out, remove the lights by twisting 90 degrees and pulling back. Be sure to take note of which one came out of where. Repeat in reverse order to reassemble!
To replace the battery cables on a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer, loosen the connectors at the terminals. After this, remove the other end of the cables and install new ones.
Open the hood and remove the plastic trim fasteners along the top then detach the grille assembly by pulling upward
Yes, the Speaker is in the door.
# Remove the door trim panel # Remove the mounting screws withdraw the speaker unplug the electrical connector and remove the speaker
For the 2001 Mercury Mountaineer, you will need a flat tool to remove the stereo cover. You must remove and disconnect the various connectors before removing the radio itself.
You have to remove the strut assembly from the car, and need the spring compressor to remove the spring to remove the shock.
Remove the speaker covers from your 1997 Mercury. Remove the door speaker retaining screws. Remove the door speaker wiring harness. Reverse the process to install your new door speakers.
Where is the spare tire
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/caliper, and remove the old brake pads. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire, and lower the car.
Remove the wiring harness from the tail light assembly in your 2005 Mercury. Remove the tail light assembly retaining bolts. The tail light assembly will come out.
Remove the wing nuts from inside the trunk, the assembly will pop out.
i have mercury mountaineer 2004 i remove first the cover around the radio is a press ion when you remove you have to take 4 screw 2 in left 2 in right them put in front slow them disconnected the harness and antenna .
I have mercury mountaineer 4x4 03 had grinding noise easy fix remove the shaft which connects the transmission to the rear end
The easiest way to reset the antitheft system in your 1998 Mercury is to remove the antitheft system fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds and then replace it to its original position.
Remove two screws holding tail light assembly. Pull or Pry out tail light assembly. Locate center wire plug harness, turn to remove, pull out bulb, push new bulb in.
To replace the headlight assembly on a 2006 Jetta, remove the front grill. Then remove the headlight assembly by taking off the screws that secure it in place. Replace with new.Ê
The DPFE sensor is located in the center of the vehicle near the firewall. It is easiest to see and replace if you remove the plastic cover on top of the engine.
The easiest way to reset your antitheft system is to remove the fuse. Leave the fuse out for 10 seconds and then replace it to its original slot.
A door panel on a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer is held on by several screws. Once all the screws are removed the panel can easily come off.
Remove the rear tire and wheel. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the rear wheel seal. Remove the rear wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Remove the tire and wheel from your Mercury. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel bearing seal and the wheel bearing.
If you can't figure out how to remove the grill you have no business doing whatever it is you are doing.
The radiator on a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer is removed by draining the coolant, disconnecting the radiator hoses, and unbolting the shroud. The retaining bolts are then removed and the radiator is lifted from the vehicle.
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.