1999 Mercury Mountaineer Repair and Maintenance
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1999 Mercury Mountaineer ProblemsRear Wiper Not Working
The rear wiper may stop working. This could be due to a rear wiper motor that has failed requiring replacement.
A failed heater blend door or actuator can cause the temperature control for the HVAC system to stop working. A clicking sound from the dash area would commonly indicate an actuator fault. If the heater gets stuck on the hottest setting, the heater blend door may be broken requiring replacement of the heater box to repair the issue.
4wd vehicles may develop a squealing noise coming from the front wheels when driving below 30 mph. This is generally caused by dry excluder seals, lubricating the seals will commonly correct this concern.
1999 Mercury Mountaineer QuestionsWhat would be the most common reason for the fuel gauge to not work? (2 answers)
Fuel Gauge reads full, however, the ECON display reads low fuel. Sending unit? Bad ground? Just the gauge?
The antifreeze is pouring out of the timing chain cover.as soon as you put it in.Brand new resistor replaced.
It has been running ruff for some time have replaced a lot of things. I have a code reader and it hasn't said anything and the check engine light hasn't come on.
1999 Mercury Mountaineer RecallsRecall 07V336000
Ford has recalled certain 1998-2002 Explorer, Explorer Sport Trac, and Mercury Mountaineer vehicles for an issue with the driver's seat recliner mechanism. The upper bolt that attaches the recliner mechanism to the seat back frame could fracture. If this happens, the seat back could fall backward and disrupt the driver, possibly causing an accident. Dealers will replace the upper bolt and, on some vehicles, replace a lower bolt as well.
Ford has recalled certain 1999-2001 Explorer, Explorer Sport Trac, and Mercury Mountaineer vehicles for a possible binding speed control cable. If the cable binds, throttle return could be affected, causing a sticking accelerator. Dealers will inspect the cable and replace it if necessary.