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98 mercury mountaineer sounds like a rod could it be something else?

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SOURCE: what is the best shock to use on my 98 mercury mountaineer awd.

Depends on what you want to pay.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: can anyone help with an

If the motor turns over, but not start. Have the "crank shaft sensor" checked/replaced Ford part# 184768 $27.98 parts $230.00 labor). I chased this problem for several years. The crank sensor finally failed completely and the mechanic was able to find the problem.
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SOURCE: I could not find the speed sensor location on my

The Output Shaft Speed Sensor is located at the lefthand, (sitting in the driver's seat) rear of the transmission.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: my hood wont close on a 98 mercury mountaineer

if it doesn't lock then i would look at the latch assembly and spray it with wd-40 they get stuck because of rust and corrosion. also take a look at the handle inside the vehicle they also get stuck in the pulled out position and causing the hood to not lock. give it a push to insure it is in the full depressed position. good luck

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace blower motor in 98 mercury

Autozone Chilton manual step by step info on this 10.00

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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