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Where is fuel sending unit on 2006 mercury mountaineer awd premier

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In the fuel tank, part of fuel pump assembly, fuel tank will have to be remove for service.

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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Does the rear HVAC in a 2006 mercury mountaineer premier use the same Freon from front ac?


The AC system front and rear work off the one compressor so yes front and rear use the same Freon.
The front and rear have separate evaporator coils and expansion valves however.

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2006 Mountaineer 4x4 light on awd stuck.


Have a shop diagnose the problem if you
have not purchased the factory diagnostic
manuals from Helm.Com
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I have a 2005 Mercury Mountaineer Premier 4.6L. When the AWD kicks in it pulls hard to the right and a grinding noise from the front diff. The AWD will continue to kick in every time I step on the gas no...


Have you serviced the front differential? If you check your manual, you'll see it needs to be serviced at somewhere around 30K mi intervals similar to the transmission. Typically changing of the fluid is done but if left unchecked provides the potential for early failure.

Grinding noises from the front dif are NOT a good sign - and may indicate the need for an expensive repair / replacement. Fluids may have leaked out completely or are too low and caused overheating, etc.

I would bring it to a trusted mechanic ASAP to see if damage can be minimized!

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My 4x4 light is on in my 2006 mercury mountaineer


just on or blinking?
awd or selective?
try changing from 4wd to auto

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