How do you replace a brake light sensor on a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer?
it is under the driver side dash on the brake peadle about half way up unhook wire take off nut holding an replace,,,, note distance the sensor sticks out you will have to ajuste the new one to the same length on some models
The ABS sensor on a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer with AWD is in the front wheel bearing hub assembly. To access this sensor you must remove the wheel and tire, then remove the brake caliper and rotor. The sensor is attached to the hub assembly by a small socket head cap screw. The end is plastic and the wire is routed allong the brake line and attached with various wire looms. Be carefull when removing the…
What is wrong if you replaced the brake pads all around and the ABS light is still on it is a 97' Mercury Mountaineer?
The brake light is controlled by a little button switch that's mounted high on the brake pedal lever. If you follow the brake pedal upwards with your fingers, you'll feel the button. It has a spring in the button that pushes the button back out when you release the brake pedal. If the spring jams, the brake lights stay on. Replace the button switch.
On your 2003 Mercury Mountaineer : A problem has been detected with the Anti-lock Brake System It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem As long as the red " BRAKE " light is not on in your dash , you still have " normal " brakes * my ABS light suddenly came on and the first ABS fuse I checked was not installed all the way (I don't know…
Replace the Gear Position Sensor on the transmission. Cost is approximately $350. There is a sensor on the brake that will prevent the gearshift from moving out of park until the brake is pressed down. Before you replace some $350 item in the transmission, make sure it isn't this sensor that is causing the issue.
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : Open the drivers door and in the drivers end of the dash you will see a removable plastic fuse panel cover ( the fuses are behind the cover ) * also , the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment near the brake fluid reservoir , it has fuses and relays and diodes