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1998 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews and Owner Comments
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1998 Mercury MountaineerVisitor, Walden, NY, November 11, 2011 20:13are you kidding me??? can someone please tell me how to find and replace my heater core ?? everything is in place,the water is hot and flowing to both lines..but i have no heat....please help me..i dont see the need to replace the heater core..the fluid is moveing fine...what the hell ???
1998 Mercury MountaineerVisitor, Lexington, VA, August 01, 2011 13:53I have a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer that my family bought new. It has low mileage for a 1998 at 99,000 miles. No issues with it whatsoever -- just routine maitenance. I hope to drive it for many miles to come.
1998 Mercury Mountaineerjheidmann1550, Gilbert, AZ, September 13, 2010 09:55Great reliability. Have had car since new. Am now only starting to have a few problems. Have a small rear main seal oil leak (will be a $700 repair). and have an AC freon leak ($ 500 to $1000 repair range). However, I have had car for 12 + years (180000 mles) and have only had one radiator replacement $500, one minor tranny repair ($450) Two minor items I did not fix - radio lite only works intermittantly and lever for drivers seat back has broken off - both are common problems and I have chosen not to get them repaired.LOVE THIS TRUCK - all wheel d(rive is great in snow country, car runs GREAT and burns no oil. Hope to drive it to 250000 miles. I was able todoa temporary fix AC leak with an additive and the oil leak is just a drip each day in my garage.Rookie
1998 Mercury MountaineerDrewBoston, Malden, MA, July 14, 2010 13:03I have the 5.0 V8, and it has been a complete dream for a car of its age. It only has about 102K miles, which is low for its year, but I have had NO serious problems whatsoever. The problems I have had: -Broken Radio Display -Both the driver and passenger front doors unlock by remote, but do not lock -The sunroof gets stuck when I close it, so I only pop it up now. It also leaks a TINY bit when it pours -Bushings make noise, but dealership says its safe to drive, and doesn't need replacement yet Other than these relatively small things (which could be fixed if i were so inclined) the car has had no issues. I just change the oil, do basic maintenance, and she's good to go. After talking with many people about these vehicles, and doing lots of research, i recommend being careful of the used V6 models. The V6 is better on gas, but tends to have more mechanical issues (4x4, timing belt, transmission). Also beware of the 1995-1997 and the 2002-2005 models. These are the ones they tend to not have all the kinks worked out of yet when they were new, and subsequently tend to have more problems.Enthusiast
1998 Mercury MountaineerVisitor, Alton, IL, May 27, 2010 23:41Bought the car in 2000 as a lease car that was returned to the dealer to be put on the market to be sold. So I got the car almost new, with only 5000 miles on it. Have had no trouble with it--only maintenance. I would buy another one tomorrow if I could. After 85,000 miles, I am only now having to have repairs on it-mostly maintenance type issues. So, I consider myself blessed. I love my SUV.