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About Mercury Mountaineer

Being mechanically identical to the Ford Explorer, Mercury Mountaineer was built by Mercury, which is a division of the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company that sells entry-level premium vehicles under the Mercury brand, between 1996 and 2010 as a mid-size luxury Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Originally introduced to take the place of Ford Explorer Limited, Mountaineer had been placed in the upper ranks of mid-size SUVs. Being awarded due to Class Exclusive Roll Stability Control (RSC) System and receiving Consumers Digest Best Buy, Mercury Mountaineer was still replaced by the Ford Explorer due to the suspension of Mercury brand after being manufactured for three generations.
The second-generation Mercury Mountaineer was produced from October 2001 to 2005 based on the Ford U1 platform. Featured an exterior appearance similar to the 2000 Mountaineer concept car debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Mountaineer came in two trim levels: Base and Premier. During this generation, Mercury Mountaineer was powered by either a 4.0 L V6 or a 4.6 L V6 and engines sent power through a 5-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels or four wheels. The more recent Mountaineer was greatly refined in terms of luxury and performance. The 4.0 L V6 rated at 210 horsepower and the 4.6 L V6 cranking out 292 hp are still the power sources for Mountaineer, but it also added a new 5-speed automatic transmission.

Mercury Mountaineer Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Offering good space for medium-size families, decent handling, tolerable ride quality and acceptable off-road capability, Mercury Mountaineer is worth of your consideration when you need a new SUV. But if you have a Mountaineer, you had better be prepared for these common problems:
First, engine failure becomes the most serious and common problem on Mercury Mountaineer without a doubt. This issue could be serious enough to destroy your vehicle, therefore, these experience about symptoms of it collected from Mountaineer drivers could help you a lot. They tell the engine failure is not worse, when the cooling system fails at the same time, it is the worst. Once the coolant leaks on the ground, the engine overheats a lot and keeps at a high operation temperature, engine performance plummets. It runs roughly, misfires, stalls and even gets in trouble with hard starting or inability to start; you will also notice a decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy. And the lit Check Engine Light and Low Coolant Light could be seen as the most obvious signs of inspection on Mountaineer intake manifold, crankshaft, throttle cable, intake manifold gasket, camshaft position sensor, fuel pump, spark plug, air filter, oil filter and engine mount is needed.
Second, for Mercury Mountaineer drivers, issues on suspension and braking systems are also very troublesome. The former could bring uncomfortable and unsteady driving trip while the latter could put occupants at the stake. The best solution is when you could hear clunking or grinding noises from underneath the vehicle, see uneven tire wear, feel intense car vibration and unintentional steering, you need to inspect if the Mountaineer control arm, sway bar bushing, wheel bearing, shock absorber and axle shaft. As for braking system failure, please always keep the Mountaineer brake disc, brake pads, brake drum, brake caliper and ABS sensor in the right order.
Please always regard the routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts as your job if you want to enjoy only pleasures brought by your Mercury Mountaineer. You should know some auto parts could not last as long as the vehicle could due to fragile materials and harsh working conditions. For example, Mountaineer fog light always work under adverse weather conditions such as dense fog and downpours, routine maintenance for it is essential. Other parts such as wheel seal, blower motor, wheel cover, antenna, seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade and headlight should be on your routine maintenance list as well.
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