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I need to find fuse box for 04 mercury mountaineer

Seat and window is not working because i had have 3 fuse box and i don't no what fuse i have to change

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SOURCE: NO manual for a 97 mercury mountaineer

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here is the fuse diagram

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SOURCE: Window lock on 1998 Mercury Mountaineer.

#12 is a 10 amp and #26 is a 10 amp. check them both.

Posted on Dec 02, 2010

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SOURCE: My locks, Windows and seats

following the fuse diagram of mountaineer

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Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 Mercury

Electrical troubleshooting requires at least a multimeter without it is almost impossible to determine the problem. You want to focus on the question "why". Not "where". So you find out why the bulbs are not lighting up when you activate the switches. First activate the low beam then measure voltage on the wires if it is getting any. If there is voltage you know it is the bulbs. In electrical problems you must have an open mentality meaning don't assume right away that all the those bulbs can't be out at the same time. If the bulbs are good then look for a black ground wire. Tap a wire to it to then momentarily touch it to the body of the vehicle. It the bulbs lit up then it is a ground wire not making contact. Don't look for where it it just tap another wire to the ground. Fixing electrical problem doesnt always mean finding where the problem is but correcting the problem is just as good or better since you would have a better ground connection vice versa.

Posted on Jun 04, 2011

johnjnail
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SOURCE: Which fuse do I need

i have bad news for you the seats and door looks do not chair a common fuse.

power door locks, 4 fues in this system

in the under hood fuse box fuse # 16 15amp, fuse # 2 30 amp, fuse # 22 20 amp
in side fuse box behing left side of the dash fuse # 20 5 amp.

power seats

in side fuse box behind left side of dash fuse #1 30 amp, fuse # 2 30 amp.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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Windows won't raise up in my 2001 Mercury Mountaineer due to bad fuse


That is a lot of don't knows


That tells me your better off at a repair shop

Why not check all the fuses

If one blew,it will blow again, until you
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If one window works, it won't be a fuse

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You should have an owners manual for
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All the windows are on the same fuse, if the other windows are working fine, it's not a fuse issue. I susppect the motor or the window regulator.
With your ear close to the door panel, press the window switch up and down, if you hear the motor and grinding noises then the window regulator needs to be replaced, if you don't hear anything then the motor is bad OR no power is getting to the motor. either way you will have to take the door panel off and to fix.
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2005 mercury mountaineer power window will ot let down, radion will not play and fuel gauge not working. This all went out the same time what is this?


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Check Fuse 2.3 (20 Amp). See electrical diagram below.

When it goes, it'll take out the audio and "Cluster and Panel Illumination."
(assuming your vehicle doesn't have an OEM Nav system - in which case fuse 2.3 would
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Fuse 2.3 is located in the CJB (Central Junction Box) - not the BJB (Battery Junction Box),
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Also, check fuses F1.6 (60 Amp), and fuse F1.62 (30 Amp) in BJB (Battery Junction Box).
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Here's the electrical diagram for 2005 Mercury Mountaineer Power Windows:
Note how fuses F1.6, F1.62, F2.17, and 'Accessory Delay Relay" will all
disable the power windows.

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I have a 1999 mountaineer and none of the power seats work. I have looked at the book and do not see a fuse for this. Am I missing it or is this not a fuse problem.


In the fuse box located on the drivers side of the dashboard, you want to check fuse 18 - it is a 25 amp fuse for running the power seats and also the auto-lock relays if I remember correctly.

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