I bought a used 2003 Mountaineer in November come to find out that the AC doesn't work. I have added freon but still blows hot air. I bought a rebuilt AC compressor off Ebay and will have it installed soon.
I'm having the same problem. 98 Mountaineer. I think it's wheel bearing or possibly c/v joint. it sounds like a shredding almost, or grinding noise + squeak in the driver side front wheel hub.
I'm having a hard time also the doors have child protections lock on them.
I'm having the same problem with mine and have yet to see a solution on the web. I hear ya man... I'm having the same problem with mine and have yet to see a solution on the web. I hear ya man...
persistent means having staying qualities
Staying inside the house. Having an alarm.
That happen to me when I had a transmission problem on my 2002. You need to goto the dealer. Are you having problems with hard shifting? email me offline firstname.lastname@example.org
I had the same problem with my 2002 ford explorer in 2008. I took my vehicle to the dealership and ended up having to have my torque converter which is inside of the transmission replaced. Yes it was costly!
because it was a good place for staying in and having children
Yes, our 2006 Mercury Mountaineer was having random jerking issues around 60mph + and we feared it was the transmission. We recently changed the spark plugs (which were badly rusted and corroded) and the jerking has stopped completely.