Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer Premier
For a temporary repair, spray WD 40 onto door switch, they stick.the switch is located in the door latch, open door spray inside where latch is, use plastic adaptor on can nozzle to get all the way around latch.the latch is what holds the door shut, you'll see it when door is open on door body.open and close it about 10 times to free up sw
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well the motor that locks the door is either breaking or either the wire or some part that moves is rubbing on something else. Take off the inner door panel and find the Exact location of the noise and you can replace the part. The door panel will be held on with screws and removable tabs that should pop out. Let me know if you get stuck. the parts can be bought at a dealer or gotten from a salvage yard
check www.car-parts.com for the nearest salvage yard if you want to go that route
my best to you
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
if they work from the car door then you will need to have your remote battery checked, if it doesnt work from the car door then chances are there is a lose wire or connection. Also sometimes the knob can get bent and miss aligned. Simple checks are can you hear the the lock trying to lock when you push the button? Do you have two remotes, have you tried the second one?
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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