Question about 2007 Mercury Mountaineer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can buy it directly from Navteq by following this link to your gps unit...
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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Mercury Mountaineer, 2002-07
To reset CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message on the Message Center, press the SET UP control to access the System Check mode. Press and release the RESET button to display “OIL LIFE % HOLD RESET NEW” is displayed. Press and hold the RESET button for 2 seconds until “IF NEW OIL HOLD RESET” is displayed. Press and hold RESET button until “OIL LIFE SET TO 100%” is displayed.
Ford Five Hundred, Freestyle, Mercury Montego 2005-06 Tap the ODO/TRIP button to toggle the display between the odometer and trip odometer. Tap on the ODOiTRIP button again to toggle the display between the trip odometer and OIL LIFE % display. Press and hold the ODO/IRIP button for 2 seconds or more to display OIL LIFE 100%. Your oil life in now reset.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
SOURCE: Our battery died and we
Radio code is specific for each and every car. It is
specific like anti theft code.
So you can get it by providing your VIN# and registration details in authorised dealership.Nobody else can provide you. If anybody can provide you that , then there is no meaning of security for your car..
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
If you are losing coolant but not leaking out, there are 2 other possibilities. Does it go intop the oilpan? Easy to verify by looking at dipstick. If no, then it is probably getting into the cylinders and going out the exhaust. Is the exhaust particularly moist? Causes for this would be a blown head gasket or cracked head. If you have more questions, please reply.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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