Question about Mercury Monterey
Power sliding doors worked when my family loaded into the van, but refuse to budge now. When we push the overhead buttons or the buttons on the side, we can hear a sound like a locking sound. No movement. But we cannot even open the doors by hand. Inside and outside pushing, pulling, yanking, kicking..... nothing. The doors are locked shut? Im at a loss. We have already checked fuses as the manual has said but nothing is working. Any help would be much appreciated!!
Power doors (and windows) almost always each have their own motors. The fuse could still be good, while the motor is burned out. These things work by the motor running on a track or rail. I think the clicking noise you're hearing, is probably the motor trying to work even though it's not on the track right. It may have jammed or came off entirely. This sounds like a job for a Service tech, mechanic. I wouldn't try to fix it on your own, unless you're familiar with this sort of thing, or aren't afraid to pay for the possible damages odf trying to fix it yourself.
Call Ford-Mercury Service dept.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like something isn't right.Try to disconnect the battery for a few minutes and see if that helps.Some times the ecu gets haywired and disconnecting the battery might reset it.And if it is the original battery you might want to get it tested.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
READ YOUR MANUAL. THERE IS A SEQUENCE INVOLVING REMOVING A FUSE WHICH RESETS THE ELECTRIC DOOR OPENER. IT IS DESCRIBED IN THE MANUAL. EASY TO DO ONE YOU HAVE THE BOOK IN HAND.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
On the bottom near the open position of the door is a latching mechanism that is actuated by a solenoid. If the solenoid goes bad or the latch jams the door will freeze in that position. I can tell you where the problem is but because of teh way these interlocks work to prevent damage to the electric closing motor I am unable to explain how to by pass them. You should be able to remove the locking latch so you can close the door manually but that will not solve all of the problems. A Haynes repair manual on the vehicle should give you the steps needed to by pass and repair this problem, Chilton's should as well. These are the best sources I can provide for resolving this issue. The Dealer will most likely want a couple hundred to repair the issue if it isn't under warranty, the Haynes manual will only run about $20 and let you do this repair yourself.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
SOURCE: Liftgate won't open
We cut into the panel from the inside and pealed back the black mat on the inside and lifted up on the lift gate release bar! once we got it open we could adjust the clamp that dictates how much the hook is pulled back when u pull the handle. Ours slipped so it was doing the same thing as u said. It may not look pretty on the inside but the gate works and free of charge.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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