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Make sure that the shifter cable is on tight to the transmission lever and that there is nothing, blockage, keeping it from working.
If all looks ok, then disconnect the linkage from the transmission and see if it will move into the Park. If the shifter does, then check to see if you can shift the transmission manually into park. It just might be a little out of adjustment.

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SOURCE: Parking Brake Assembly for a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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SOURCE: 2004 Mountaineer: When my 2005 Mercury Mountaineer is running the po...

My husband had the same problem with his 02 Mountaineer about 6 months ago. I read somewhere that if you take WD40 & spray the door locks it should stop. We tried it & so far it's worked. Good luck!

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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