If your vehicle has tendency to drift or pull while driving, shows signs of tire wear, or exhibits poor ride quality, this may be caused by maladjusted ride height settings. Proper ride height should be checked as part of a wheel alignment and corrected as necessary. Have the repair shop refer to TSB-98-17-15 for more information on checking and adjusting the ride height.
Mercury Mountaineer 2003–2006, Mercury Mariner, Monterey 2006
Vehicles with the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) may experience a situation where the warning light is on, yet the tire pressures are correct. One possibility is that the pressure sensors have "gone to sleep" and need to be reset. There is a reset tool available, or you can have a shop reset the sensors. Have the shop refer to the Ford TSB-06-3-7.
Mercury Tire Questions and Answers
I just replaced the starter because all i was getting was click,click when i tired the key. Now that the new starter is in I'm still getting the same thing. The battery is only a week old. A...
Purchased the car new. I had to replace the original tires at 33,000 miles, I replaced them with mid-market 60,000 mile tires in November 2011. Today November of 2014 I have 68,000 miles and my tir...
fuel pump is good, battery good, enough fluids . i was driving one day and i thought i had a flat tire i slowed down and the car lost power but not all of it i pulled over and it seemed like it wan...
There is suppose to be a way to tell how old a tire is plus
I heard they could cause a blow out because of "Dry Rot"?