Look at the diagram on the fuse box cover. It will answer both questions.
what does a insufficient coolant temperature for closed loop fuel control mean and what can i do to fixs it on a mercury mountaineer 1997 engine is a 5.0
For a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer , 4.0 litre V6 engine : ( .052 to .056 inch ) * confirm with the Vehicle Emission Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of your engine compartment
On a 2007 Mercury Mountaineer : The rear wiper control is on the inner part of your turn signal lever towards the steering wheel column You will see position 1 , 2 , 0 or off
The code is on a sticker on the top of the control module.
On a 1997 to 2001 Mercury Mountaineer : Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of your engine compartment . It shows what type of spark plug to use and the spark plug gap
On the dash just to the right of the steering column
I believe the lower balljoints can be changed , but the upper control arm assembly with the balljoint has to be changed
For the 1997 to 2001 Mercury Mountaineer : The Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) is located in the engine compartment . You will see where the wiring harness is bolted to one end of the PCM . It passes through the firewall ( most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment area
If the clicking noise you are hearing from the rear panel in your Mountaineer is coming from the passengers side, you could be hearing the relay contact opening or closing for the automatic headlights (if equipped), rear window defrost, rear wiper, or a host of other features. Behind the trim panel in the rear passengers side are a bunch of the control modules, including Security and Body Control.
The 2001 Mercury Mountaineer came equipped in the 4.0L V6 and 5.0L V8. The idle air control (IAC) valve is component attached to the throttle body assembly. The actual OEM factory part is Hitachi #ABV0015, and the Ford Motorcraft OE replacement is #CX1851.
The idle air control valve is located on the side of the intake manifold right next to the throttle body
According to the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : For the 5.0 liter / 302 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plug gap is .052 to .056 inch ) * confirm with the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of your engine compartment
Depending on the age of the Mountaineer, they all come with power windows now. The driver has control of all 4 windows and can also lock them so other passengers cannot roll up or down their window.
You can't- You have to buy the whole cruise control buttons ( about 85 bucks from the dealer).
What I do is put my headlights on ( low beam ) and pull the headlight control towards me to turn on the fog lights ( push the control in to turn off the fog lights )
On a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer : The Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) is in the engine compartment , passing through the firewall . From the engine compartment , towards the passenger side of the engine compartment , you will see where the wiring harness is bolted to one end of the PCM at the firewall ( most of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment )
Vacuum leak in a/c door control system . Look for vacuum leak under the hood.
EVAP (Evaporative Emission) in a vehicle is used to prevent gasoline vapors from escaping into the atmosphere from the fuel tank and fuel system.
If you are going over an uneven surface, the light may come on because one wheel is spinning faster then the others.
The cerebrum is the control center for automatic functions.
There was a recall for the cruise control causing smoking and sometimes burning have you checked to have it replaced? We just had ours replaced we received letter stating the recall. Hope this helps...
Try the idle control
Actually it doesn't have a distributor , it's EDIS ( Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ) and has ( 2 ) coil packs at the front of the engine that are controlled by the powertrain control module ( PCM )