20 Most Recent 2005 Mercury Mariner Questions & Answers

Pull the panel that hoses the motor and arms and replace the hose.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on May 08, 2019

Battery is weak and needs to be changed.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Aug 29, 2017

check the hub/wheel bearing and your brakes the abs is part of your hub assembly and if hub damaged or failing will affect the abs system --also check the sensor and wiring sometimes debris damage the wire but with grinding and shake most probable is hub and a brake job

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Sep 11, 2016

the easiest thing a car owner can do 4 themselves is to listen ?? listen for the ac compressor to try to engauge but after trying it cuts out , listen for the cabin blower to hum but maybe it wont blow air , these are the first things any car tech is gonna do for a cooling problem, try it and, listen , listen , not sure what to listen for ? try honing your listening skills on a car that cooling works fine on , the sounds are gonna be similar

2005 Mercury... | Answered on May 27, 2016

Not really you have to be a licensed AC installer to remove and install refrigerant gas and check the pressure with gauges. The only thing you can do is check the fuses and that the drive belt to the compreser is not broken and is spinning the pump.

Usually is is lack of gas due to a leak. The won't gas it until they fix the leak. They test it with inert nitrogen, find the leak, suck the nitrogen out and fill with refrigerant.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on May 27, 2016

No there is not way to do this without locking out the engine. Have the dealer scan the theft deterrent system for the fault code.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Apr 01, 2016

You quite obviously have a water leak, the interior near the leak must have all the trim panels removed and then it is leak tested with a rain simulator. Water leaks like this are extremely hard to find since this has likely leaked since it was new 11 years ago and the previous owner ignored it. You will need the expertise of the dealer on this, it will be expensive labor wise.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Apr 01, 2016

Don't know it it's the same thing that happened to my parents car (1990 honda Accord) but when that occurred with there car it was a bad electrical portion of the ignition swith.????
Good Luck and hope this is of some help?

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Nov 15, 2015

The most common problem is a leak in the evap system which vents the fumes in the gas tank to the vapor canister.
Sometimes its a loose or faulty gas cap.

2005 Mercury... | Answered on Sep 09, 2015

There are many things it could be. in no particular order:
bad plugs
bad ignition wires
vacuum leak
bad valves
blown head
bad piston rings
bad injectors
there are more, but that's the short list. Any codes? check engine light?

2005 Mercury... | Answered on May 11, 2015

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