I would check that fuel pump reset plug that is located underneath the kick panel on the passenger side. Once I went to the drive in movie theater, with no problems with my car. I attempted to leave the movie, and it would not start. Once again, my passenger had stretched their legs and the plug came out. You will have to lie down (face up) on the floor of your truck to see the white plug. Just try pressing it all the way up (to make sure that it is in good), and hopefully you can start her up! Good luck!
369k and still starts up no problem
you would have to see a mechanic about that problem
I have a 1998 Mountaineer and had the same problem. There was dust in the electrical connections. All the dealer did was blow it out and charge me an outragous service fee
There is a problem with the SRS. This is not a DIY repair. Take this to a professional.
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Problem with the transmission. Seek professional help.Problem with the transmission. Seek professional help.
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
Bad wheel bearing? Brake pads worn?
Replace the transfer case , had same problem and that's what it was.
You have a cooling system problem, most likely a stuck thermostat. The thermostats have been a problem in the Mountaineer/Explorer.
just a bad circuit board. common problem with the display burning out
I had the same problem on my 2002 Ford Explorer, after I replaced the gas cap the light turned off
Check the power window fuses and the relay first. If all of the windows do not work then it is a power problem with the whole window system.
The two vehicles are very closely related, so it shouldnt be a problem. I believe there is a 99% chance it would transfer
Just spray some wd40 in all the latches. The sensors are in those latches. I had the same problem and it solved it for me
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I have a 2002 Mercury mountaineer, took it to the ford/Mercury dealer, They said there is a valve inside of it and this is why i can put gas in it. $1200 to replace. I guess I need to find a used tank for $100 and do it my self.
How to "fix" doesn't tell us nearly enough. Much more information re. what exactly the problem seems to be, is needed for a good answer
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.
Try the idle control
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem with the anti-lock brakingsystemA malfunction has been detected with your anti-lock braking system . It could be afuse , a sensor , or some other problem
You should have a small module on the firewall, little silver coloured box with wires plugged in to it. When this box heats up it will shut the engine off, then it will restart moments later. That's of course if the problem is electronic. Need a little more information. If its not electronic, then check for fuel problems. Start with the pump, its in the tank.
Probably the body computer is not shutting down. Ck drivers door switch for problem. Radio should shut off when any door is opened with key off.
On your 2003 Mercury Mountaineer : A problem has been detected with the Anti-lock Brake System It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem As long as the red " BRAKE " light is not on in your dash , you still have " normal " brakes * my ABS light suddenly came on and the first ABS fuse I checked was not installed all the way (I don't know how that could have happened ! ) I touched the fuse with my finger , heard a " click " and the ABS light went out ( just lucky I guess , but suspicious )
I had the same problem with my 99 AWD mountaineer. I was told the front differential was bad.