Mercury Mountaineer Rough Idle

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What are common reasons my Mercury Mountaineer has a rough idle?

While there are a variety of reasons your Mercury Mountaineer has a rough idle, the most common 3 are a vacuum leak, an issue with the spark plugs, or a problem with the ignition coil.
of the time it's
Vacuum Leak
of the time it's
Spark Plugs
of the time it's
Ignition Coil

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Mercury Mountaineer Rough Idle Repair Symptoms

A failing ignition coil will create misfires in the engine, and lead to hesitation, extreme power loss, engine stalling, poor fuel mileage, and illumination of the check engine ...Read More
As we discussed, spark plugs are necessary for any gasoline engine to run. When they fail, the engine is in a constant state of attempting to ignite air and fuel, but cannot. Th...Read More