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Where is the 4x4 selecter located in this vehicle.1998 Mercury Mountaineer 5.0L 4x4thank you

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This truck is an All Wheel Drive and will not have a selector switch, it will remain all wheel drive all the time.

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How often do i change the oil on a mercury mountaineer 2005?


It depends on how many miles you drive annually, the environment your vehicle is driven in (dusty, hot, cold, humid, dry, etc), the type of oil you use (conventional, synthetic blend, or full synthetic), and the condition of your car's engine. You should consult your owner's manual and the data on your engine oil.

I drive a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer 5,0L and drive it about 1,500 miles annually. I use a synthetic blend oil and change my oil and oil filter twice a year. I change the oil in the spring so I have fresh oil for the hot summer driving season and I change my truck's oil in the fall after the hot summer driving season. Because my Mountaineer has a lot of miles on it, I use thinner oil in the winter 5/20 and thicker oil in the summer 10/20. I check my oil regularly and look at the color and feel the oil for grit. This has worked for me for many years and I have had good performance from my vehicles.

You can go on the different oil manufacture's websites and read their recommendations as well. There has been much debate about when to change the oil in a vehicle so you have to decide for yourself what schedule you want to follow.

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How to find the keyless entry code on a 2008 Mercury Mountaineer


Not in the vehicle

It may be avail from the dealers parts dept,
if you give them your VIN #

It came with the vehicle when new,the factory code
that is,was on a white plastic card on some fords,then
you can change it ,if you have the owners manual

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How to with on the 4x4 on a Mercury Mountaineer


You cannot shut off the 4x4...the truck is all wheel drive all the time.ford explorer has this option, mercury does

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Where do i find a 1998 mercury mountaineer starter relay switch location


on you manual owner book look for electrical fuses and relays it tell u where

Mar 08, 2012 | 1998 Mercury Mountaineer

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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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1998 Mercury Mountaineer wheel bearing What tools are needed to change the front wheel bearing on a four wheel drive.


2x2 = nothing special since they are old fashion tapered bearings

4x4 = nothing special again BUT the wheel bearing is part of the hub assembly!

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2002 mercury mountaineer 4.0 starter relay location


The power distribution box is
located in the engine compartment.
The power distribution box contains
high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle’s main electrical systems
from overloads.
The starter relay is in position #56 of that box.

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