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Mercury Mountaineer Recalls

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Most Recent Mercury Mountaineer Recall

On May 3, 2010, Mercury recalled 33,256 Mercury Mountaineer. Ford is recalling certain model year 2010 fusion, explorer, explorer sport trac, and mercury milan and mountaineer vehicles manufactured between december 15, 2009 through february 3, 2010 equipped with front seat manual recliners. these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 202, "head restraint." the recliner gear plate teeth may be out of dimension specification which could result in limited pawl to gear plate tooth engagement.
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Mercury Mountaineer Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 3, 2010
Ford is recalling certain model year 2010 fusion, explorer, explorer sport trac, and mercury milan and mountaineer vehicles manufactured between december 15, 2009 through february 3, 2010 equipped with front seat manual recliners. these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 202, "head restraint." the recliner gear plate teeth may be out of dimension specification which could result in limited pawl to gear plate tooth engagement.
RepairPal Expert Overview on August 30, 2007

The transmission oil cooler lines may not have been secured properly during assembly. If the oil cooler lines separate from the transmission and transmission fluid contacts the hot exhaust, a fire could start.

We at RepairPal have designated this a high priority recall; the transmission oil cooler lines may separate without warning. Please contact your Mercury dealer. They will check to see if your specific vehicle is affected and advise you on what to do next. Always have your vehicle identification number (VIN) handy when you call.

Summary on August 13, 2007
On certain pickup trucks, passenger vehicles, sport utility vehicles, and motor homes chassis, the speed control deactivation switch may, under certain conditions, leak internally and then overheat, smoke, or burn.
Summary on August 7, 2006
On certain trucks equipped with speed control, gasoline or natural gas engines, the speed control deactivation switch may overheat.
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 22, 2005
On certain trucks, passenger cars and sport utility vehicles, the windshield wiper motor may have been produced without grease being applied to the output shaft gear.