Question about Mercury Monterey
Posted by Anonymous on
The term turning over is kinda' subjective to say the least.
To one person it may mean the starter is able to rotate the engine even at a very low speed, but not fast enough to actually start the engine. While another person it may mean normal rotation speed.
Some of the simple things you can check is while you are starting it turn on the dome light. It should dim a little bit but not to darkness or near darkness. That will usually indicate an issue with the battery or possibly the alternator or maybe even wiring.
If there is little to no change in the dome light when trying to start then chances are it's related to the starter.
If it is something related to the battery or alternator then after jump starting it should start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mercury sable 2004
Depends on the sound that it makes when you turn the key over.
Clicking noise...usually the starter
If it sounds like its going to start, but doesnt, most likely the battery.
If you have replaced the battery recently, then its the alternator.
Sometimes there can be oil build up over the spark plugs so it doesnt get the spark to start.
Hope you get it fixed!!
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
Actually, if you look under the dash board, near the steering column, there should be a box that has the code printed on it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
PO 300 is multiple misfires detected
PO 301, 304, 305, 306 are misfires in cylinders 1,4,5,&6
PO 053 is HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Heater Resistance
PO 106 is MAP/BARO CKT Range / Perf
PO 316 is Misfire detected 1st 1000 Revs.
On a misfire, I usually push towards the spark plugs, plug wires, and coil packs / distributor coil.
You have PO 106 and PO 053 that need to be inquired about at nearest AutoZone.
They can give you an idea as to what is the problem on these.
Did a MAP sensor **** out and cause all the misfires ?
Did a misfire cause the MAP sensor error?
You see what I'm saying ?...Something caused all the misfires...thinking MAP...but not that familiar with the function of the MAP.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
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