How to Remove a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer Alternator?

Answer A bad alternator on your 1997 Mercury Mountaineer may fail to charge your car battery or supply the 14 volts of current the different electrical circuits on your SUV need. Changing the alternator o... Read More »

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Does the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer have a timing chain?

The 1997 Mercury Mountaineer does have a timing chain in its engine. A rattling sound heard while the engine is running could be a sign that the timing chain cassettes have worn down.References:Rep... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Lights on a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer?

When brake lights are damaged or burn out, the situation can usually be traceable to terrible road conditions. Pothole filled streets or everyday travel down dirt roads can shake and jar the bulbs.... Read More »

How to Change the Alternator of a 1997 Mountaineer?

The alternator is the main component that supplies the necessary current to the battery and to the 1997 Mountaineer's electrical system. As the engine is running, the crankshaft turns the serpentin... Read More »

How to Remove a Running Board on a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer?

Running boards on a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer are both stylish and functional. If one of them incurs damage, however, it will certainly lose its aesthetic value and possibly the functionality as wel... Read More »