Question about Mercury Cars & Trucks
You may have more than one fuse blown out. Usually the radio isn't connected to the same fuse as the sun roof and window switch.
Posted on Apr 04, 2015
It could be a burnt out fuse. There are 2 places where the fuses are located; one under the hood near the battery and the second is to the left of the steering wheel. The inside panel cover has the number and what item that the fuses controls. I use a multimeter to check the continuity. If it buzzes, then it is good.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the fuses to start with. If they are fine it could be a broken switch or a burnt electrical motor. If the closing mechanism has broken and bound up it could keep the window from closing. With the car in accessory mode or ON -whichever allows the windows to open - hit the close switch and listen closely. if a click of the motor can be heard it is a mechanical issue - if not it is electrical.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
A class merc,sunroof slightly opens then stops, semi auto clutch wont gear down into 3rd gear, can any one tell me what the problem could be???
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: I have a leak in
there should be a hole of sorts around the front of sunroof that is to drain water from around sunroof if it is clogged then you car will leak.
Posted on May 04, 2009
All the windows are on the same fuse, if the other windows are working fine, it's not a fuse issue. I susppect the motor or the window regulator.
With your ear close to the door panel, press the window switch up and down, if you hear the motor and grinding noises then the window regulator needs to be replaced, if you don't hear anything then the motor is bad OR no power is getting to the motor. either way you will have to take the door panel off and to fix.
Posted on Nov 26, 2011
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