Question about 2006 Mercury Mariner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they are hard to take off sometimes, you are doing it right just keep willing it it will come off, there is 2 gromits that hold it into place might have a little dirt into the plunger.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
there are two types of displays heres both.hope this helps.for base instrument cluster.
1) press and release trip/reset button until setup menu hold reset displayed
2)press & hold trip/reset untilreset for sys check or sys check hold reset is displayed
3)release trip/reset button
4)press and release trip to scroll until hold reset if new oil is displayed
5)press and hold resetuntil oil life set to 100% and let button go you are done.
if you have a message center dash display then do this one. 1)push and release setup button until you see press reset to begin (2)press& release reset button until hold resetif new oil is displayed.(3)press and hold reset for 2secondsuntiloil set to 100%. done. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
Open the liftgate and remove the 2 screws holding the lamp. Now grab the lamp and pull straight back to dislodge the spring clips. Then twist the sockets to remove the bulbs.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Located on passenger side. Tou need to look under the dash then turn to look under the console. You will see a black box PAT unit around 8 or 10 inches long with fairly large numbers printed on its side. These are the 5 numbers you will need
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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