Question about 2005 Mercury Mariner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oxygen Sensors
ok Bank 1 is the rear bank and bank 2 is the front bank sensor 1 in each bank is the one closest to the manifold they have green connectors sensor 2 is the sensor after the cat converter and is a blue connector
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
You has a vacuum leak on the engine.
In order to troubleshoot this, you must start with a clean engine wipe down.
The major offender parts are
air intake gasket on the manifold
air tube after the mass air flow sensor
rubber seal under idle air control IAC motor
Warm up the engine for 15-20 minutes (LEAVE THE engine at idle) then spray a little Barmen carburetor clear on the potential air leak location (ONE AT A TIME) and listen for a surge in rpm.
If the engine speed go higher that's mean the carburetor clean (ADDITIONAL FUEL) got into your engine and that's the gasket you need to change.
There may be multiple leaky spots so take your time and check all rubber gaskets,sensor and hose that are lead into the intake manifold.
When you finish fill up with one tank of Chervon to clean out the injectors.
Please post more information after your inspection.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Sounds like you have low fuel supply or a leak in intake system causing lean codes, check fuek pressure and volume first. Cat converter effeciancy could be caused by the lean codes, purge system sounds like solenoid failure, check for high resistance accross purge vent solenoid.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
How to reprogram your keyless entry remote controls (97-up) Ford/Lincoln/Mercury
It is necessary to have ALL (maximum of four-original and/or new) of your remote transmitters available prior to beginning this procedure
To program the transmitters yourself:
1. Insert a key in the ignition and turn from 3(Off) to 4(On) eight times in rapid succession (within 10 seconds) with the eighth turn ending in the 4(On) position.
2. The doors will lock/unlock to confirm that programming mode has been entered.
3. Within 20 seconds, program a remote transmitter by pressing any button on a transmitter. The doors will lock/unlock to confirm that the remote transmitter has been programmed. (If more than 20 seconds pass before pressing a remote transmitter button, the programming mode will exit and the procedure will have to be repeated.)
4. Repeat the previous step to program additional remote transmitters. The doors will lock/unlock to confirm that each remote transmitter has been programmed.
5. When you have completed programming the remote transmitters, turn th ignition to 3(Off) or wait 20 seconds. Again the doors will lock/unlock to confirm programming has been completed.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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