Question about 2000 Mercury Mountaineer
I have researched this through multiple forums and "DIY" sites, apparently the problem is excessive heat building up in the radio and loosening solder terminals on the power board for the radio display. After trying the recommended re-soldering fix a couple of times without success I believe that the best way to go is to purchase a repair kit (HWM0043 ) and swap out the power supply. Try SOT Electronics, Inc. 4090 Pike Lane Concord, CA 94520 800-442-4491 ext. 562
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