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fuseable link looks like a bandaid with two copper ends and a black plastic middle that reads 175 A ford motorcraft, in the power supply box there is a square starter relay which seems to work fine. I need help, do I run new negative cable and possitive cable , nothing has been changed out with the cables ,but I did put in a brand new starter cleaned up connections around the fuseable link then it finally started now it is happening again..
when trying to start it just clicks and its not the battery or starter, where is the solenoid located on the 1998 Mercury Mountnr. V8 awd.
Had my mounty to a dealer and they said it was just "the nature of the beast" and that this was a big complaint but there was no fix for it. I can't seem to wrap my brain around that. It sometimes feels like someones hitting me from behind. Not sure if its brakes or tranny. But just had brakes all redone and its still doing it. Sometimes jerking me 6-8 inches forward. Scary to passengers and myself.
I havent had this truck a year yet...
The message came on while going down the highway. I had filled up the day before. The message was "Check fuel fill inlet". I check to see if it was plugged but it looked normal. What should I do?
This has happened before the shop replaced my right wheel bearing and now its coming on again
cost of repair approx.4000.00. how do you tell if a camshaft is flat
i put a new radio in and shortly after lost dash lights tail lights and fog lights. Now i got in to take the truck up to the installer to see if he could figure out what happened and i suddenly have nothing when i turn the key it started to turnover and then just went dead. I am thinking this must be a relay but which relay. The battery as the 12V outlet has power
Wife had to have the car towed from work because it would not start. Her friend tried jumping it but still no luck. When I got home, I saw all the dash lights were on without the key in the ignition. When you turn the key, it dose not crank, click, nothing. Ignition fuse was blown, but I replaced that and the lights are still on. Could the ignition switch cause this to happen? There is also an aftermarket remote start system that we don't use/wasn't connected to battery. Was originally thinking that may be the problem, but don't want to pull all of that apart if it is not the cause.
It comes up to temp fine , has plenty of antifreeze and hose is hot on both ends.
Quoted $700.00 by midas
The dr. glass fell dn. inside the dr. I'm guessing that it bent or broke some of the opening linkage. I've got to get the dr. open so that I can remove the dr. panel to make repairs.
This is a cosmetic issue that is quite common. Will Ford pay to have it corrected?
the other vents are fine, they blow COLD a/c
I had the Freon level checked, it is ok and doesn't appear to be leaking. Last time it did this they cleaned and electrical connection on the compressor and it started working. It lasted about a month and did it again.
Checked all the fuses they are all good. What could the problem be
Doors lock and unlock at will, tried spraying WD40 on locks no help. Now my passenger window won't roll up!Seems my electrical system may need help! Can't afford to switch out all the door locks, help! I also have a crack in the lift gate like many others.
Mountaineer has no transmission dip stick. At present it is a sealed system which requires a trip to Mercury to check the tans oil level!!