Question about 2010 Mercury Mountaineer
I want to with on the 4x4 system on my car but i can't font the switch for it in any place in the car. It is a 2010 Mercury Mountaineer .
You cannot shut off the 4x4...the truck is all wheel drive all the time.ford explorer has this option, mercury does
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: promblem with engine light
i recently had the same issue with my 98 mountaineer 6cyl 4x4. mine also showed the same codes for lean banks 1 & 2. That means the engine is getting too much air intake.
After about a month of a constant check engine light, i started to notice a hissing sound that came from underhood, that seemed to get louder every few days.
With a patient ear, i traced it to under the battery tray; which, by the way, looked wet from a leaking battery. Here, in phoenix arizona, batteries take a beating.
Under the battery tray there is an emissions component called the "cannister purge valve a.k.a. vapor manegment valve; attatched to it is the solenoid. there's three vacuum hoses, 2 thick 1 skinny, connected to this whole assembly. the top hose runs from the purge valve to the intake manifold.
Well on the purge valve there was pretty big hole. It was located on the chamber that the top hose connects to. Instead of the intake manifold sucking in a small amount of air from the valve, it was sucking in A LOT of outside air from the newly formed hole.
Just FYI, it took a lot of swear words and some scraped up, slightly bloody knuckles trying to get access to the valve, manuevering and such.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
My husband had the same problem with his 02 Mountaineer about 6 months ago. I read somewhere that if you take WD40 & spray the door locks it should stop. We tried it & so far it's worked. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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