Its 29 but if your luck is like mine --- I spent three days trying to figure out which fuse was bad only for someone i didnt know to walk down the road (see me messin with the truck) and stops in to see if I need help. Of COURSE it only took him 2.5 milli-seconds to figure out it was the whole stinkin radio. GOOD LUCK!
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
wher do i find the code for door for a 2001
type it in www.google.com
how do you change the transmission pump in a 2002 mountaineer
The best place to find a used Mercury Mountaineer is to check with the local garages and auction dealers in Syracuse, NY. They are bound to have the ideal vehicle for you.
My Ford dealer was able to find the code for my 2000 Expedition by using my VIN number. It seems that the same would apply to your situation.
You can check on eBay.
You can find the five digit numbers for the keypad on a 2006 Mercury Mountaineer in the owners manual. You can also call the dealership and ask for a the code or take the vehicle in for a new code to be programmed.
go to the mercury garage compony & ask them why
3.55s were standard for the Mountaineer, with the option to have 3.70s. A Ford/Lincoln/Mercury dealer can tell you by the VIN number which it came with.
Look under truck at drivers side front between door and tire. If ya see the the front axle driveshaft andya have NO auto/4x4 hi/4x4 lo select switch above cigarette lighter then its AWD. i have a 2000 mercury mountaineer awd. Also the 5 liter v8 was awd.
I don't know need to find out
I had to take my mountaineer to a mercury dealer and it took them about 5 minutes. They connected my car to a computer and the computer gave them the code. Its been working ever since they also showed me how to change it if I wanted. Try that!
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The owners manual ( which includes the fuse diagram ) can be viewed online
I have a 1998 and the code is in the back where your jack and accessories are.
In the front passenger footwell , by the kick panel
driver's door, engine compartment
There is a special tool, basically two peices of stiff wire shaped like a U. On the Radio you will find 4 holes, two on the right and two on the left, space about an inch and a half apart one on top of the other. Place the prongs of the tools into each pair of holes and push firmly until there is a click. Then pull the tools apart (towards the doors) and pull the radio toward you. From there disconnect the cables on the back.
The code is on a sticker on the top of the control module.
It's fairly simple to find out if your horn fuses need replacing on our 2001 Mercury Mountaineer. If the fuse is blown, the horn will no longer sound.
underneath the dash near where the gas and brakes pedals are located. You can work the drivers side door window button to help you find it as you will hear the clicking sound
http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,2579302/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152801decc0 This is for a 2000 don't know if it's the same as a 99 but might help
there is a "wallet card" which has the code on it, if you do not have this card you will need to bring the car into a Mercury dealer and they will "plug it in" and retrieve the factory preset code.
To find your speaker wires, check your owners manual. You should find a diagram with the location and color of your speaker wires.