1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD
1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD born on 7/24/97 first year they were made. Manufacture date 7/97 Included an extra segment on why the Differential Pressure Feedback EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculator) Sensor goes bad. I tried to show the white residue inside the vacuum lines which is corrosion caused by moisture. There is a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) for Ford, Mercury and Lincoln SUVs for that sensor because it was originally manufactured with aluminum which corrodes in the presence of moisture and is a common cause for the check engine light of said vehicles to illuminate. The new sensors are now plastic and have the vacuum lines much further apart. On the 5.0 Liter engines, you will find this sensor next to the intake manifold and the transmission dipstick between the engine and firewall. Takes 5 minutes to change with right tools. The screw next to the transmission dipstick is the hardest to get to and will require an extension. I replaced the EGR(DPFE) sensor, that is why I am showing the old one in my video.
How to Replace An Electric Fuel Pump
Thanks for watching! Please comment, rate, & subscribe. This video is how to replace an electric fuel pump inside the fuel tank of a 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe.
How to Install In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump E2471
For a complete list of applications this fuel pump will fit, please visit the "Vehicle Search" section of the FuelPumpU website. http://www.fuelpumpu.com This video is about how to replace an E2471 fuel pump. Airtex is committed to providing the most up-to-date, in-depth fuel pump replacement information that professional technicians need to diagnose, repair and install today's complex fuel delivery systems. Airtex is the only U.S. automotive aftermarket manufacturer that designs and builds electrical AND mechanical fuel delivery system components, including modular reservoir assemblies, electric fuel pumps, mechanical fuel pumps and in-tank sender and hanger assemblies, for a full range of car, truck, fleet and specialty vehicles.
Simple Truth D.I.Y.: Episode #3 - MAF (Mass Air Flow Sensor) 97' Mercury Mountaineer
In this Simple Truth D.I.Y. episode cleaning the MAF (Mass Air Flow Sensor) on a 97' Mercury Mountaineer. Learning to fix things, build things and create things is very liberating. The goal is to bring a simple understanding, working knowledge and hopefully help to those who are eager to just DO! Episode #3: Cleaning the MAF (Mass Air Flow Sensor) -- 97' Mercury Mountaineer The Simple Truth is....'Doing It Yourself can be quite FULFILLING and COST EFFECTIVE!' The simple things are often times the most profound, yet they are the most difficult to do! SUBSCRIBE ... COMMENT ... RATE http://www.youtube.com/TeamEmpowermentIntl Social networking where you are FREE to SPEAK your mind! (SIGN UP TODAY) http://www.FreeSpeak.net