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I have a 2000 mercury mountaineer it cranks but will not start ive replaced the battery and i put a new starte9in it 6 months ago

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The first thing to check, to see if its getting spark and fuel the two things to start engine. God-Bless!

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97 mercury mountaineer. won't start


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watch your oil pressure when cranking, you have to have some oil pressure to get the fuel system to start. you may have to find the hot wire at the relay and energize it to see if it is indeed the fuel pump going out. if its been sitting and its a 97 the fuel pump just might have went, you can also try hitting the gas tank from the outside in the middle to see if that works too. have a water hose or fire extinguisher around when your working on fuel system and leave one of your battery cable a little loose..

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2001 mercury mountaineer starts fine but sometimes won't start at all


I'm going to first assume that you've checked the battery terminals for gunk build-up. If the electrical system is OK, then the problem likely lies in the gas delivery. You might want to check out the starter anyway. Also, replace the fuel filter and put some Sea Foam or equivalent carb/electric ignition jet cleaner in the gas tank. I might add that your car is 17 years old. Start looking. . .

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use jumper cables to test the battery cables put one from the starter to the battery if no change the starter wold be bad

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