2004 mercury Mountaineer rear hub change
2004 mountaineer and ford explorer rear hub bearing change, after wheel was
making a loud humming noise.Emergency break shoe replacement,pressed on the
bearings myself .
2006 V8 AWD Mercury Mountaineer with Bridgestone Blizzak tires driving
through 15 inches of snow
Transmission Problems (Mountaineer/Explorer)
I own a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer and I have been experiencing some tranny
problems with it. My transmission refuses to shift past 45 mph causing a
lot of problems for me. According to many auto review websites this car and
the Ford Explorer counterpart are not strangers to this sort of problem.
Flowmaster Super 44 exhaust on my V8 Mountaineer
This is a quick vid of my Exhaust that
i had put on my Mountaineer a few weeks back.....the vid doesn't do the
sound justice it is way louder in person
Super 44 Flowmaster muffler
2.5 inch tail pipe
everthing is stock before the second cats
all 4 cats still on
1996 Ford Explorer XLT 5.0 V8 In Depth Tour, 0-60, & Test Drive - 191K
Just an In-Depth Tour of my 1996 Ford Explorer XLT 2WD 5.0L V8. Had lots
of request over the past 3 years so I finally made 1. For the 0-60, go to
Not bad for $500 but I only got it in this price 3 years ago cause of the
$5 a gallon fuel prices. I first got it with 158k & now has 191K. Pretty
much just normal Maintenance over the years. Probably the biggest expense
was Tires cause My Neighbor has a 2005 Sport Trac & a 1989 Ford Bronco II.
He was selling his Bronco for $800 & was about to put on the stock 16"
Alloy's from his Sport Trac onto the Bronco. When he saw me outside, he
asked if I wanted them. I said sure And I gave him the Stock 15" wheels
from my Explorer for him to put onto the Bronco which looks better with
them anyways & the 16's are now on my truck & it looks better too. Cause
of that, the ride has improved greatly & it completed rid a driveshaft vibe
my truck had.
So yeah, it has 191k & the engine, transmission, differential, Interior,
Everything is just perfect. Don't see Y I should get rid of it with such
perfect shape & for what I got it for. Not too concerned over the MPG's
cause on Straight Highway driving, I can get 20.5MPG+ and that driving
around 72 MPH. Plus it's not used full time so it just doesn't hurt to use
it on occasion.
Unless I Do anything else to this truck, I guess this will be the final
video I post of it as I've pretty much covered it enough over the years.
5.0 Ford Explorer No Rear Cat
Just a quick clip showing the recently deleted Rear Cats on My 2000 Ford
Explorer 5.0 V8. Mods include Torque Monster Headers, Mac Intake, Dual
In/Out Flowmaster 40 series, SCT Tuner.