Question about 2008 Mercury Mariner
Can hear better if you open air cleaner and noise coming from intake manifold. Stop after letting car cool down for 2+ hours
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Mercury Mountaineer
First Examine the air intake tube( the big black one).there are two silencer chambers on it-one on the side by the elbow and one underneath. I f either one is missing, when the Idle Air Controller (IAC) opens to compensate for the A/C compressor cycling it will make a gurgling/thrumming/roaring sound. if this does not fix it, check around intake/throttle body for loose connections.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
yes about the upper intake and the only way i know how to check the coils is with a engine anilyser or if the check engine light comes on then you can have the codes pulled and that will tell you which cylender is missfiring this engine has a indevidual coil for each spark plug so thares 6 of them and thay slide right down over the sparkplugs
Posted on May 05, 2009
You Will Need A 13-14 mm Wrench for Caliper Bolts .A Large Flathead Screwdriver to Spred open Caliper/Shoes to Remove Caliper from Rotor,
After rhis you Can use a LARGE "C" Clamp to CLOSE Caliper Piston.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2008 Mercury
The Wrench light is a Throttle/Powertrain light, if its shifting weird this may be a problem. It could be a few things. I would take it to a repair shop that deals in hybrid parts, maybe even a dealer. Here is a link that goes in-depth of the Wrench light. As the article says it could be anything from a $12 part to a $1,000 hybrid part. Some are getting this light do to overheating of the Hybrid batteries, hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 30, 2011
Tires offer a number of trade-offs. Loud tires provide superior tread wear and a harsher ride, are loud. Soft tires provide a smooth ride, quiet operation and usually fewer miles.
Please go see your Goodyear or Firestone or Continental (or other major brand) tire professional and discuss your concerns with him or her to find the best tire for your application and driving style.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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