Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer
Is you mountaineer equipped with normal one climate control zone for the whole car, or does it have dual climate control zones controlling the driver side and passenger side independently? Cause in some cases, the normal model and dual zone model will not have the blower resistor in the same area. And the first problem i see so far from what has been told to you and the pictures there, i am guessing you are looking in the wrong area, cause according to this video i found especially on mountaineer blower motors, it is located under the hood with the evaporation canister. Here is the link to the whole video series that cover removal and reinstallation of the blower motor and evap core: http://www.ehow.com/videos-on_493_ford-removing-replacing-heater-core.html
Hope this helps you out! If not write me back and i will continue digging dirt on you model of SUV, since it does seem to be one of the better documented model on the net, so shouldn't be to hard to find more helpful info if needed.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
The resister is right behind the 4X4 control module (if you have a 4X4). Open the glove box and squeeze the sides of the box in. It will drop down out of the way. You will see the 4X4 CM and it is well marked (assuming you have a 4X4 rig). The resister is the thing with an electrical connector almost directly behind the module. Before removing anything unhook the battery ground clamp. I can't remember for sure if you need to remove the 4X4 module to get the resister out. If so, the 4X4 module can be removed by undoing the one screw that comes up from the bottom on the bracket it is mounted to. No need to undo the two screws that hold it to the bracket. Undo the connector on the resister and remove the screws that hold it in place. Let me know if you have any other questions and thank you so much for using FixYa!
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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