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How do you put brake fluid in 2004 Mercury sedan?

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There is a cap for it on the right side under the hood above the brake booster. should have a yellow cap on it

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Brake pedal hard with engine running, same as engine off


Check fluid levels in your power steering/brake reservoirs and look for hydraulic fluid leaks in the power steering and brake lines. Could be a bad power steering pump too. Your owners manual should show positions of hydraulic reservoirs.

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Add brake fluid to a 2004 Mercury Monterey van


I am gonna' guess the question is how best to add brake fluid.
It's a pain. Short of removing the cowling/deck the only suggestion I can offer is using a funnel that has some type of long tube or hose attached to it. Adding fluid directly from a container is possible but it's difficult.

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Brake fluid low


You obviously have a leak . Check master cylinder , rear wheel cylinders and front calipers for a leak and repair . You shouldn't have to add fluid to a closed system such as this . But yes , fill master cylinder to full mark .

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Try a C clamp. Don't forget to put a rag around the brake fluid reservoir, since you will be forcing fluid back into it, likely causing it to spill over.

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Cruise control on 2004 mercury monterey quit working


Check the sensor that is at the bottom of the master cylinder.
Very easy to deal with and a common problem on Ford products.
Not expensive either.
WHat this does is it deactivates the cruise control when you press the brakes. I have had it go out on both of my Ford Vans.
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My brake light did not warn me that i needed brakes


someone probably topped off your brake fluid when your brakes were low. the only way i know is to have new front and back brakes then make sure the brake fluid level is right . the light only comes on if your brake fluid goes low so the system has too much fluid if it says full and your brakes are not new front and back

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you probably should change the transmission fluid and filter with that many miles on it.

Dec 29, 2009 | 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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Brake problem


Ive seen in the Ford Escape the fluid leaks through the back of the master cyclinder so might take off the master cly. from the brake booster and look into the booster to see if there is fluid build up inside it. Could be the same problem here. worth looking into.

Dec 14, 2009 | 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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Tune up


No tune up required until 100,000 miles. If you are at that mileage change the spark plugs. Change the fuel and air filters. Inpect the brakes, exhaust system and suspension. Change the brake fluid and transmission fluid. Change the engine coolant.

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