An ABS fault.
Since the first model year of the Mercury Mountaineer is the 1997 model it would be ( r134a )
bearning on front breaks burn out
No , ABS is the anti-lock brake system
Check the main crank pulley.
rings or seals
Bearing in: Alternator? Water pump? A/C Compressor? Belt tensioner?
That would be the 4.6 liter engine, which takes six quarts. * of 5W-20 according to the 2003 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide
Vacuum leak in a/c door control system . Look for vacuum leak under the hood.
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : I assume the fuel filter would be in the same location as a 1997 Ford Explorer : ( underneath the Mountaineer , below the drivers door , mounted on the frame rail )
Check into the ABS pump or module ---- I would say the pump
the blend door actuater is bad
you would have to see a mechanic about that problem
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
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine in your Mercury Mountaineer Sensor 1 would be close to the engine before the exhaust enters the catalytic converter ( upstream sensor )
In CT USA, a garage would charge 1 hour labor to replace the rear brake pads on that Mountaineer.
It has a built in timer. You can adjust how long they stay on with the sliding lever located on the rear view mirror.
According to the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer owners manual : Your 4R70W automatic transmission capacity is ( 13.9 quarts ) * that of couse would be for the transmission , torque converter , lines , transmission cooler , etcetera *
On a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer ( V6 and V8 engines ) Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 1 would be close to the engine BEFORE the exhaust enters the catalytic converter
I would like to know where the resistor is located on a 2001 mercury mountainneer, thank you. E-mail me at MicbossNYC@Yahoo.com My name is Mike.
Could be anything from an ABS system fuse , sensor etc . malfunction
The side panel where the passenger's right foot would rest
i would like to know that too. can some one please anwer it???
You would probably weigh less cause there is no air on mercury.