my alarm goes off at random times. i had the alarm module changed for $700 and it still goes off. come home from work at 4 and it goes off at 10. before the alarm module was changed it went off at 12, 2 and 4 in the morning.
Why, are you going to steal one?
On a 2005 Mercury Mountaineer : All Wheel Drive ( AWD ) has engine power going to all 4 wheels , all the time , and doesn't require any driver input
have power going to all breakers but nowhere else inside trailer.
I am pretty sure that it is non existent, i have a 99 mountaineer and it is AWD and i am going to assume that yours has either FWD or AWD which means it has a transmission and a transfer case not a transaxle
a common yet missed/overlooked reason for the alarm to false is to look under the hood and you should find a mercury light attached to the under side of the hood. if this light is misadjusted or your parking on a steep hill that will cause the alarm to go off after the engine cools
A Mercury Mountaineer usually gets about 14 miles to a gallon of gas. It really all depends on if you are going on side road or the interstate.
There could be a few reasons on why your 1977 Mercury Mountaineer is not going in reverse. The most common thing that could be wrong with it would be the gears are broke.
It has something to do with your alarm 'accentuator' - contact Toyota about this since it might be a recalled item.
Pull the fuse.
If the check engine light is blinking that means that an engine cylinder misfire has been detected
My 1999 Cougar did that too. To reset the alarm system, put your key in the lock of the driver's door and lock and unlock. That worked for me.
MINE IS TOO!!!! im trying to figure it out