Question about 1997 Mercury Mountaineer
My windows won't go up and down
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1997 Mercury Mountaineer
if the engine is a 4.6L the pcv will be on top and in middle of pass side valve cover.pull to remove.
if the engine is a 4.0L the pcv is located at the rear(firewall) of drivers side valve cover.this pcv has lock tabs holding it in,turn then pull to remove,the lock tabs are part of the valve cover so take care when removing not to harm tabs.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
So you wanna take a door apart look at the door look for any liitle plastic caps take them out there may be a screws with cover s aound the sides of the trim or little push ins take them out unscrew them/ take the mirror cover off and thentake the bottom of the panel and pull out ward working your way around to the top/ then opull up and out then take and disconnect the wiring/ proceed to take vaprro barrier off looks like plastic take that off and then you can see the whold outside if you are replacing the motor then you will need to look at where the window should be when you need to take ou the bolts and such/ and thats it then go back ward from here/ Please rate my response Thank you very much
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Go to this website and pick owner guide on left task bar. Input vehicle info then get the owners manual.Your fuse panel info starts on page 120.
To replace lighter just reach around behind it and unhook connectors. The stick something in the socket(I usually use 2 fingers) and twist it counter clockwise. the center will screw out of the sleeve.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
The flashing check engine light is telling you the engine is misfiring and your description of the problem confirms that.
There will be a code stored in the vehicles engine computer that will tell you which cylinder(s) is/are misfiring.
Spark plugs, ignition coil, fuel injectors or internal engine problems will cause this.
If it has been a while since your last tune up it would certainly be a very good place to begin.
The usual tune up stuff, spark plugs, air and fuel filters for the basics.
A fuel filter will not be at fault in this case but is part of a tune up on this model.
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Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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