Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The most common problem for that is carbon (dark black color) build-up in the throttle body. It is an inexpensive fix and only takes about 10 minutes. It is also a good starting point if the check engine light is not on. Locate the air filter box in the engine compartment. There is a large hose that runs from the box to the motor. The other end is connected to the throttle body. It needs to be removed from the throttle body to gain access to the throttle body throat. With the engine OFF, using a can of carb and choke cleaner and spray the inlet of the body and wipe clean with a clean shop towel. You can manually open the plate to gain access to all areas of the throat and both sides of the plate. All of it needs to br thoroughly cleaned. Once all the carbon is removed, put the hose back on and test out the idle.
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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