Question about 1997 Mercury Mountaineer
Fuses would be the first suspect. Look for a small bread-loaf size box that contains all the fuses and relays. If a new fuse pops as soon as a seat or lock is operated, then look for a stuck motor for the seat or a shorted solenoid for a lock that was just operated. If it pops as soon as replaced, then suspect a wiring short.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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