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Trouble Codes - 9352 & 9318 (2004 Mercury Mountaineer)

My check engine light stays on. Also, one day when I got in the vehicle, it ran a test. It came up with these two trouble codes - 9352 & 9318, and it, also, said Ignition Key B. I have no idea what any of this means. I live in a small town, and if I have to take it to a dealer in another town, I want to know what I am talking about and not be treated like a woman who doesn't know anything. Thanks.

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  • faulknerrach Jan 18, 2009

    I have a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer and my car acts like it does not want to start sometimes. Today I started it, and a ticking noise came from the vents, the gages started moving back and forward and some messages came up. These are some of the things that it said. Code 9352, Ignition key B, it gave me a part number and a serial number, and it said dialog trouble. Can some one please tell me what this all means?

  • seand26 Feb 09, 2009

    i start my vehcile and get the same test screen i run through it and get a ton of funky info along with part numbers and serial numbers a final date and a few other numbers , also mine will not keep the a/c or heater running between stops and the next start, along with the radio always having to initialize.

  • kitchens812 Mar 10, 2009

    I have a 2005 Mountaineer and I am having the same problems. I is clicking when I try and crank. I had my battery tested (it's fine), and the cables cleaned. Each time it does require a jump, the test codes appear. Any help????

  • opusthedog May 09, 2009

    I have the exact same problem and I think, think, it may have something to do with the battery. I had all the same stuff today but I had left the tailgate up alot yesterday while I was doing some deck work to get to my tools. I only have these problems when I run the battery down, BUT, this was the first day I got the codes and Key and all the bells and whistles

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SOURCE: power windows went out

The power window system operates under the control of the accessory delay relay. For early build vehicles, the GEM will energize the relay to provide power to the power window system. For late build vehicles, the ICM(instrument cluster module) will energize the relay to provide power to the power window system.

Now it does not state the build date cut off in shop manual. So if it is an early build Fuse No.6(60amp) in Battery junction box feeds a circuit breaker that mounts under the hood on the fender apron at the firewall on driver's side(wire colors will be BK/WH and YE/LG).Then it feeds the switch side of the accessory delay relay in the Central junction box. Fuse 17(15amp) in the central junction box feeds the switch side of this relay.

The late build system is the same except instead of the circuit breaker on the left fender apron it uses fuse no. 47(30amp) in the battery junction box.

Now you can go to this website and pick owner guide on left task bar,input your vehicle info and pick get owner guide. Then pick the 6th owner guide printing and go to page 210 for the accessory delay relay location. You will see all the fuse information starts on page 207 thur 216.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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http://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/
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it could be either --throttle body sticking open will cause constant acceleration when u lift off pedal-cableless accelerator [electric gas pedal ]if a sensor or electronic part shorts out can open throttle body causing acceleration- would need to have it diagnosed to find out which problem is correct

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If the key does not turn you need to replace the entire lock cylinder

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SOURCE: Mercury mountaineer check engine light help

My 2002 M Mountaineer had the same problem and was fixed by reading the code that showed a leak in the gas tank pressure via the cap. When I replaced this with a good after market cap and drove the car for a while and it cleared itself. A mechanic told me that's not possible, but it did clear and has not lit up except on start up where it lights for a few seconds to test the bulb - a normal function.

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