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Mercury mountaineer fan makes terrible noise when the heater is turned on

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SOURCE: 2001 Mercury Mountaineer won't start

There could be other mechanical problems but I would suggest the battery is dead to the extent of replacing. It dosen't take too much to run most electrical components but starting the car is the biggest challenge to the battery. Try jump starting the car. If that works let the car run for about 10 mins, turn it off wait 10 seconds. Try to start the car again, if it dosent start then the battery is useless or your alternator is bad.
If you have an indicator on the dash that displays the battery voltage can help too. 'Normal' is normally normal if it's in the middle or 3/4 full of the highest 'normal' area, but that's not a constant and only applies to the voltage meter.

Tip: Your headlights normally get brighter after you start your car.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: seat heater won't turn off

Is there a fuse under there
or see if you can unplug it and plug it back in
see if that works

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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SOURCE: My fan stopped working in my 2002 Mercury Mountaineer. Any ideas

Motor shot replace with new.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 1998 Mercury Mountaineer Plastic Fan

yes this sounds correct but if you want to get a diagram and step by step instructions try "autozone.com"

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SOURCE: 1999 Mercury Mountaineer, heater/AC fan no longer blowing

I would check the fan first disconnect the electrical connectors on it and use a pair of home made jumper cables and run it from the battery. If it works move unto relay if it doesn't you've found the culprit.
Next check relay in the fuse box. Coolant tempertant switch(CTS) aka thermal switch and its circuit. CTS is usually located in the water jacket by the t-stat.

Posted on Apr 05, 2010

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