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Tire pressure always changes...
when you drive your vehicle for a long period of time the tires' temperature goes up along with the
pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get excited (hot)
when your vehicle is immobile for a while your tires' temperature goes down along with the
pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get compacted (cold)
This is the best time to get a true PSI reading from your tires....
the recommended tire pressure on most tires should be set at 35PSI
But there might be a problem with your sensors, I work with TOYOTA their sensors are set up to
where when the PSI on your tires drops below the 35PSI, the tire pressure light would then
come on.
You should also check if your spare tire comes equipped with pressure sensors, which in most cases
they do, depending on the type of tire the PSI on spare tires will usually range from 35PSI- 80PSI
you can check your owners manual for this, or simply read the recommended PSI written on the
tire.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 22, 2013


yes you need the drivers side switch to be hooked up or the other switches wont work. because of the window lock function. replace switch and it will work

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 15, 2013


If you have been driving any vehicle, with any transmission
problems,you more than likely ruined it

You do have a check light on

Transmissions slip & act up long before your
even aware of it

Any use, even a few miles, pretty much is the end
& several thousand in repairs are possible these days

Those issues can be avoided for the most part, but
no one changes fluid every 3 years & continue to drive
them ,as they fail to recognize any problems

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Mar 03, 2013


bad sensor on transmission check wires also for breaks

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 17, 2013


No one can tell why,it has to be checked
for codes & diagnosed as with all vehicle
issues

I could say you may have one or more bad ignition coils
as they are common on your engine,but still have to test
many things to see what does work correctly,the other
things that don't will show up 90% of the time

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 28, 2013


Under vehicle at back next to fuel tank

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 24, 2013


You got to start using Google for your car questions

Faster & better than a chat room

If you also just get under any vehicle you will see
almost all filters in no more than one minute no matter
where they are

I googled it & it is in front of the fuel tank in plain site
There are pictures and more there

Also use You Tube Video for car
That is about as good as it gets

Go there then put in what subject you want

The filters picture it'self is on any auto parts web site
Rock Auto,Parts Stores,Wix Filters

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 23, 2013


tratele prablem

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Dec 21, 2012


Does the gauge show the engine running hot ?
Could be several things including a faulty fan, water pump, thermostat, or other blockage in the system.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Dec 06, 2012


People can't tell you what is wrong with any vehicle issues

You must understand the technology and start a diagnostic
proceedure to find those problems

You have an ABS System issue
You retrieve whatever codes there may be & go from there

Obviously a repair shop or dealer can resolve it

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Oct 05, 2012

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