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
You should always contact the fire department if a fire alarm is going off, even if there is no fire. There is a reason the alarm is going off. Stay safe.
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.
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
MINE IS TOO!!!! im trying to figure it out
Check the door light switches. One could be going bad and triggering the alarm.
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.
my alarm keeps going of and wont start.
make sure all the doors are shut and then trey again.
On one of the valve covers. I found mine on the back of the intake manifold withe a t going to the front and back of the engine.
If you are going over an uneven surface, the light may come on because one wheel is spinning faster then the others.
On a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer , with the 5.0 liter V8 engine : There are ( 4 ) spark plug wires going to each of the ( 2 coil packs ) ( 4 - 7 ) ( 3 - 5 ) ( 8 - 2 ) ( 6 - 1 ) front of vehicle ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of Mountaineer ( V8 )
I have always had a problem with my alarm going off for no reason so I always turn it off when I lock the doors by turning the key (in the door) twice to the right and once to the left.
snip the wire going to the alarm.
SOUNDS LIKE THE WARE INDICATOR ON THE PADS CUTTING INTO THE ROTORS. CHANGE THE PADS, MIGHT BE A WHEEL BEARNG GOING BAD
You first need to check the battery of your alarm system. Your alarm system may also be going bad and need to be replaced.
in the back of the truck where the jack compartment is you will find a box with wires going to it on the back side of that box is a sticker. you are going to need a small mirror to read it unless you take the plastic side panel off hope this helps
remove the alarm fuse
Call an alarm repair man to fix it.