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.
Is your battery getting weak ?
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : The " CHECK ENGINE " warning light is just to the left of the battery voltage gauge
had to replace the battery in my 2002 Mercury Mountaineer but now the theft light is blinking, it is cranking up. How can I stop it?
Disconnect the negative side of the battery
Check your connection or ground wire. Also check your spark plugs
I BELIEVE the horn is mounted below the battery tray
I believe it is mounted below the battery tray in the engine compartment
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : It came from the factory with either the Motorcraft BXT-65-650 battery ( or the optional Motorcraft BXT-65-850 battery ) ( that's BCI group size 65 , 650 or 850 cold cranking amps )
Try disconecting the battery for 5 min.s and reconecting.
with a scan tool or by disconnecting the battery.with a scan tool or by disconnecting the battery.
i reconnected my battery of mountaineer 2005 and radio is asking for code, i wasnt able to find it any where...how to solve this issue
Disconnect the negative battery cable and then remove the positive cableRemove the battery heat shieldRemove the battery hold-down clamp boltLift out battery
According to the 2003 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : Both the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 and the 4.6 liter V8 engines have the Motorcraft BXT-65-650 battery ( that's BCI group size 65 , 650 cold cranking amps )
One possible cause is a defective alternator, Have the charging system checked.
You don't say which model year of Mercury Mountaineer but they have all used the ( BCI group size 65 battery ) such as the Motorcraft BXT-65-650
Under the battery tray. A little difficult to get to bu tnot too bad.
Unhooking the battery for about 20 minutes should be more than enough to resed the computer.
You don't mention what model year of Mercury Mountaineer so I was looking at various model years The Owner Guides show that the Motorcraft BXT-65-650 battery was used most ( that's BCI group size 65 , 650 cold cranking amps ) * some model years have an 850 cold cranking amp battery shown as the optional battery
With a scan tool, or by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutesWith a scan tool, or by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes
sometimes it is due to a weak battery.
on my 2000 I disconnect the positive battery cable and press down the brake pedal for 30 seconds and that will reset it
Each remote takes ( 1 ) coin style battery ( CR 2032 ) or equivalent according to the owners manual
If you remove the battery or break the connection to it, you have reset it. That is why the presets on the AM/FM radio disappear. The question is how. You do not have to reset anything except the radio presets and the clock.
BCI group 65 ( such as Motorcraft BXT-65-650 ) 650 cold cranking amp (CCA)