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Where is the reset button located on my 2006 mercury Marnier

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The fuel pump inertia switch is located in back of the Passenger side kick panel just under the glove box. Press the red button to reset it, if it is tripped you will hear a click when the button is pressed.

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SOURCE: i can`t find my keyless entry code on my 2008

did you try at the dealer? they can look it by your VIN#.

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you do know a timing chain will not fix this problem?

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SOURCE: 06 mercury Marnier hybrid all wheel drive how to take rotor off ?

Haven't worked on this exact car, but the basics are the same. You will need to remove the brake shoes, caliper and the bracket. On some models they may have a bolt on the caliper, but probably not. The rotor should come right off, ready for your new rotor.

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Haven't worked on this exact car, but the basics are the same. You will need to remove the brake shoes, caliper and the bracket. On some models they may have a bolt on the caliper, but probably not. The rotor should come right off, ready for your new rotor.

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How do I reset the oil change light on a 2006 Mercury Mariner? I had the oil changed and the light telling me I need to change it soon stays on. I read that there is a reset button somewhere, but cannot...


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.

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