Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) Problems of Mercury Mountaineer
Mercury Mountaineer owners have reported 6 problems linked to gas recirculation valve (egr valve) (under the engine and engine cooling category).
#1 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer
The car involved was a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer. The VIN of this Mountaineer is 4M2ZU66E32_. Three sets of goodyear, eagle LS tires, size p24570r16 (no dot # mentioned) with less than one hundred miles had to be replaced because knots were found on sidewall and tread. Dealer has been contacted. Engine light illuminated due to faulty dpfe sensor; air bag light on, air bag module replaced; loose rear center console; vibration and popping noise over bumps, replaced and balanced all four tires, replaced stabilizer bar links, rims were out of round; scrunching noise while turning, rack and pinion replaced; experiencing whistling noise; hard jerk and popping noise when shifting, gear selector slippage; a/c vent squeaking, a/c vent readjusted. This issue happened on November 1, 2001.
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#2 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 1999 Mercury Mountaineer
The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 4M2ZU54E5W_. With only 61000 miles and at the 60000 mile check up I was informed that the timing guides are disintegrating. I was also informed that the repair would cost over $900. 00. I have searched for any recalls on this problem to no avail. The vehicle has been serviced faithfully at the dealers service center. At 49500 miles the vehicle was taken in to have a normal oil change and I asked to have a 50000 mile check up. I was told that they didn't offer a checkup at that mileage. (probably because if any problems are found at that mileage they would have to repair under warranty!) it appears a little strange that a part that should give over 100000 miles should fail. (I have had many foreign vehicles that provided over 200000 miles without this problem. ) please look into this and if there is a recall or if I have any remedy available please contact me at rip_winter@hotmail. Com.
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#3 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 1999 Mercury Mountaineer
The car involved was a 1999 Mercury Mountaineer. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4M2ZU52E2X_. Original oil pump driver failed, causing oil pump to stop circulating oil thru engine, causing server engine damage. Mechanic stated that the oil pump driver part that failed, should have lasted for the life of the original engine. After completing approx $1500. In repairs to replace oil pump, bearings etc, he (will bmc motors 114 sierra st. El segundo, calif. 310-322-9511) discovered that an aluminum buffer on the defective part had disinegrated, causing a metal to metal situation, which caused the oil pump driver to fail, which stopped the oil flow thru the engine. This caused a rod to be thrown, and now an additional repairs in the neighbor hood of $3500 is being demanded. The vehicle was at the end of a lease, and subsequently turned in, and the creditor, Ford motor credit, wants us to pay for the repairs caused by their defective part. We contacted the dealer that we leased from, and of course they say there is no history of any other reportings of this defect in an oil pump driver. Ts. This issue happened on Thu., Sep. 12, 2002.
#4 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 1998 Mercury Mountaineer
Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 4M2ZU55P7W_. 1998 Mercury Mountaineer transmission repairs. There was no third gear and the transmission had to be replaced. Engine light stayed on and the egr sensor had to be replaced. This gas recirculation valve (egr valve) problem happened on Friday, April 18, 2003.
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#5 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 1998 Mercury Mountaineer
The vehicle is a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer. The contact stated that there is a crack in the center of the egr valve. The vehicle is making an unfamiliar noise and gas fumes are entering the vehicle. There were no warning indicators. The vehicle has not been diagnosed. The purchase date, engine size, and a valid VIN were unknown. The current mileage is 72,000 and failure mileage was 69,000. This problem occurred on 08/05/06.
#6 - Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problem of the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer
The car is a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer. The VIN of this vehicle was 4M2DU55P2V_. Problem mentioned on visit in December 01. My son and I experienced carbon monoxide poisoning on a trip to chicago 3/15/02. There are many similar vehicles in the rural area in which I live. I feel a service alert should be sent for similar age make vehicles that come in for service. Especially if they mention a tick in the engine. Have there been other reports of cracked egr tubes? nlm. It was March 15, 2002 when this gas recirculation valve (egr valve) issue happened.
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Other Engine And Engine Cooling related problems of Mercury Mountaineer:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Engine Cooling System problems||28|
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||22|
|Car Stall problems||13|
|Gasoline Engine problems||11|
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||8|
|Check Engine Light On problems||7|
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||6|
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||6|
|Engine Exhaust System problems||5|
|Engine Shut Off Without Warning problems||4|
|Catalytic Convertor problems||4|
|Loud Engine Noise problems||3|
|Engine Grinding Noise problems||2|
|Oil Pump problems||2|