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Why does my 2012 dodge ram 1500 fuel pump stay on... Dodge Cars &. ... My 2004 MERCURY Monterey is sputtering/ bucking backfiring and smells of gas.

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Mar 24, 2010 - I put in some fuel injection cleaner and filled the tank with Premium. ... itbucking, sputtering at low speed until i can pump the gas enough to get ...Missing: monterey ‎smells

Sputter/Stutter and Loss of Power - Ford Explorer and Ranger ...

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If the sputter got real bad, I could smell what smelled like weed eater gas inside the cabin. As you could also imagine, there is a loss of power.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Dec 22, 2018


Warning light on ,code set's in the control module for traction control - EBCM - electronic brake control module . Having the vehicle checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's will point to diagnostic step's to find the problem .

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


there is often a plastic junction piece that joins 2 pieces of hose together, possibly this is missing, or detached?

2004 Mercury... | Answered on May 03, 2017


It's actually pretty easy.

1st you will need to remove the driver side knee panel(I know this isn't the proper name but it's easiest to describe it as that).
Couple of bolts on the bottom the pull it from the top. It does snap into place into another black plastic panel.

2nd remove the exposed black panel. Again couple of bolts.
3rd reach inside and push the switch out through the front.
You will probably need to squeeze either the the left and right side or top and bottom as there are some flanges which hold it in place.
4th unplug it.

When replacing it's best to install from the back.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Apr 19, 2017


Have The dealer check the air temperature blend door actuator, it may be defective

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Oct 20, 2016


They started making the senor for this replaceable. Not sure of the year. Sensor $20, entire latch $70+. Parts store will let you know.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jul 30, 2016


Hello Judy Tatum,

Your drawings are available (free) on-line at BBB Industries
(see below: registration required)... No TSB (tech service bulletins) address your issue(s).

the fact that two troubles are SIMMULTANIOUSLY failing points DIRECTLY to their common CIRCUIT MODULE...!!
I am suspecting you are having an intermittent (power) issue
with your DRIVER'S Seat memory module (BCM)... 14C708.

If... and only if ...
you ALSO have power seats... AND they still work...
(
your fuse is the same 5 AMP for both) ... THEN...
You can cross that main control fuse OFF of the suspect list.

Your vehicle IMMEDIATELY gives 2 different drawings...

There are TWO different OPTIONS... but the DETAILED schematic drawings show every wire color and connector between the mirrors, pedals, switches and That CONTROL MODULE.

MY ANALYSIS would indicate FINDING your module... 14C708 and carefully checking EACH & EVERY connector COMMON to your pedal control AND your mirror control...

You will find a loose (or badly corroded) one.
((comment me back... I will tell you how to clean & refurbish)).

Fear not your door sills, kick panels and carpeting come up pretty easily... Your car pops together really nicely.

My very best suggestion is to beg, borrow or buy the FACTORY+WORKSHOP+MANUAL... in particular... electrical is in volume three... Reasonably priced on CD... (I use paper).

Else your...
DRIVER'S Seat memory module... 14C708 needs to be "SPARED-OUT" to test a new/previously-owned one.

(Pictures are illustrative ONLY... VERIFY your own numbers).

Hope this helps!

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2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jul 12, 2016


On my 2004 Murcury Monterey, the problem was a broken retainer on the IMRC linkage. The part I used was a DOORMAN HELP part number 47099. You can find these in the self help section of some of the auto parts stores. I found mine at Oriely's. Its hard to get to so replace them all while you are in there. There were five clips in the package and it takes four to do the job. See Hynes manual number 36097, page 4-18 for a photo of the linkage. Good luck!

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 06, 2016


There is a chance that the problem is voltage in the car in general. Take the Alternator in or have the car tested for Alternator output. Have Battery voltage checked too. While there is no guarantee that voltage is the problem, you would be disappointed if you went through the expense and time replacing the screen and have the new part work the same way because of low voltage.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 07, 2015


The next thing would involve taking the center out and checking the wiring. Check for lose wires (ground) and positive line to the center.
If you have a multi-meter (volt/ohm) check for battery voltage to the center.You may need to rip the dash out to get at it. Also get some sort of manual to help you. Good luck.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 03, 2015


Hi, Check fuses. The fuse may have blown. replace with same amp fuse. Good luck.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 01, 2015


You need to have the codes read. If you keep driving it you could go from a cheaper fix to a transmission rebuild.

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015


Torque specs and tightening sequence for what part of vehicle? Are you talking about cylinder head or something else?

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015


you have a gap somewhere in your body work causing this issue. also could be that a window isn't all the way up

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Dec 12, 2014


Possibly a ignition coil getting ready to go.

Bill

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 20, 2014


Check the sensor that is at the bottom of the master cylinder.
Very easy to deal with and a common problem on Ford products.
Not expensive either.
WHat this does is it deactivates the cruise control when you press the brakes. I have had it go out on both of my Ford Vans.
Again, very easy to change. Just remember to have a cup or small pan as some fluid will leak out. Also, you may need to add a little bit of brake fluid when your done, but it shouldn't be much.

Bill

2004 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 20, 2014

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