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 .
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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.
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.
Bad Drivers in Portland 15
Clips in Order:
1. Failure to yield in the Roundabout.
2. Last second idiot.
3. Police officer blows a school bus stop sign.
4. Undertaker cuts me off and hits the brakes.
5. Stop sign fail.
6. Red light running Taxi minivan.
7. Close cut in by pickup.
8. Strange questionably legal passes in the center lane.
9. Slow for the green.
10. Bus runs over the sidewalk.
11. Jetta blocks the interesection and angers another driver.
12. Driver turns left in front of me...near stop.
13. Red light runner turning left.
14. Slow for the green (again!).
15. Dumb parking attendent impeding traffic.
16. Ford Explorer want so badly to get in the lane that ends, nearly
sideswipes a car, and then goes over the solid white line.
17. Last second merge across the bullnose.
18. Driver blows a stop sign.
19. In-sync turn signals...strange happening.
20. UPS driver so into his music that he ignores me while blocking the
So this is the first of two video I'll be making this week. The other
should be up tomorrow if all goes well, but I'm having an error with one of
the clips, so I don't know...
Just in the last couple days I have begun to use a new mount :D
I jam the camera between my owner's manual and the suction cup from a
purple Nerf bullet suctioned on my window, and so far, it has worked
awesome, not the slightest of wobbles. I would like to point out some of
these clips are with the old ghetto cardboard mount, so some are a tad bit
shaky. But I'd glad to have that problem solved, now I just need more
rechargable batteries because the Flip goes through regular AAs and the
standard battery pack like crazy.
Also I tried to leave a bit more room at the beginning of clips that needed
explaining so people have time to read the annotations before the thing
happens (as suggested by a couple users) so I hope that went well.
Although, most of these clips didn't really need explaining.
Comment, rate, subscribe, and all that. I'm happy to reply to any
questions, comments, or suggestions for future videos that you might have.
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The Ozark Jeep Thing club invited us out to SMORR for a trail run. Brandon,
the owner of SMORR, opened the place just for us on a Tuesday, and we had a
fantastic time. This off road park is first class: well run, clean,
bathrooms, snack bar, camping, the works. Plus over 80 trails of pure fun