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Stock Stereo Bass automatically goes up

Bass just resets itself to the highest setting and cannot get it to lock into middle position. Everytime I change the channel it goes right back to high bass.

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The button is stuck for the bass, this is common to happen, you may have to replace the stereo.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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Try resetting the alarm, using the instructions given at the link below. I'll also copy the text here.

  1. Insert the ignition/door key in the door lock on the driver's- side door of your Mountaineer.
  2. Turn the key to the lock position.
  3. Turn your key to the unlock position.
  4. Turn your key to the lock position.
  5. Turn your key to the unlock position. Your alarm is now disabled. If your key fob works, you can also press the unlock or alarm-disable button on the fob.
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http://www.ehow.com/how_5978302_reset-mercury-mountaineer-alarm.html


If these instructions don't work, you can try resetting the car's computer by unplugging the battery for half an hour. However, that will reset the keyless entry code, as you can see in the fixya article I link to at the bottom

http://www.fixya.com/cars/t4755856-we_bought_it_used_and_we_dont_know_the_k



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I installed a muncie m20 tranny in my 72 camaro and thought the shft rods were set ..but turns out 1st gear was in the 2nd gear position i tried flipping rod paddles upside down now gears are locked up...


You are right about the shift pattern. Reverse is hard left and up.If your gears are locked up, you'll probably have to remove the side cover and reset the shift levers to their neutral position and then slide gears around to put it back on. With it back on the shift levers should point up toward the car floor. 3-4 is the shift lever closest to the engine. 1-2 is the middle one and reverse is the one closest to the back of the tranny. Check all your swivel points for looseness. If there is any play then you'll have to bush it out or you'll have trouble getting it to shift into gear and stay in. I used some old copper pipe to make bushings on mine, because it used to jump out of gear.
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They note that if the tranny is 68 Camero Muncie the shift rods need to be shortened 3 complete turns of the lock nut.
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i had this same problem after my son started messing with the locks and the wipers at the same time. it does something to the computer and you have to reset it.

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  • this worked for me. hope this helps. good luck

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