Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Before you do this you might want to try fresh gear lube. On Ford products they use a synthetic additive in the rear and not in the front 4x4 axle.
The next thing would be to determine if it is a wheel bearing or a pinion bearing. You have to pull the axles and eliminate them as the problem. You might get lucky and not need to do the pinion.
The technical part of shimming the pinion gears with replacing the pinion bearing is about the worst part of the job. You won't know about the gears until you see them. You will need extra shims on hand.
It is a moderate job for two people. If you have all the parts it can be done in a day.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your advice"
the problem is the chain inside strechs, could cause case damage, it will soon break and then truck wont move, depending on how bad it is you may be able to drive a bit more, threres just alot of strain there because of it being awd, if it is noisey it doesnt have to be replaced just fixed,good luck.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Testimonial: " Thanks! It does make noise, a clunking sound when I back up and cut the wheel to the left or right. The tires skip also. "
My husband had the same problem with his 02 Mountaineer about 6 months ago. I read somewhere that if you take WD40 & spray the door locks it should stop. We tried it & so far it's worked. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: I had a used transfer
The transfer case should not affect any of that, so if you have power to all those items (check with a multimeter) then a ground wire either did not get reconnected or got broken.
If you start your vehicle and check the voltage on whatever is easiest for you, and you have voltage, then start following back the ground circuit. If you do not have power, follow that one back.
Posted on Jun 07, 2011
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