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2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Defect Investigation Open 2009/08/18 - Close 2013/02/12 NHTSA #: EA09013
STEERING:COLUMN LOCKING:ANTI-THEFT DEVICE: This investigation is being closed based on several considerations.By the most inclusive counting of all alleged rollaway incidents (i.e., counting all alleged rollaway incidents and assuming a singular failure mechanism), the incident rate is low, however during EA09-013, ODI identified a number of different failure mechanisms in 180 incidents related to the alleged defect.The highest rate for any particular failure mechanism, the failure of the Automatic Transmission Parking System, was 4.4/100K.The next-highest failure rate was for the BSI System, at 3.4/100K.For all identified failure mechanisms there has been a drastically declining trend including very few incidents occurring in recent years.Accordingly, this investigation is closed.The closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by NHTSA that a safety-related defect does not exist.For additional information regarding this investigation, see the complete closing resume in the document file for EA09-013. The ODI reports cited above can be reviewed at www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/complaints under the following identification (ODI) numbers:10168454, 10279630, 10280078.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Defect Investigation Open 2009/08/18 - Close 2013/02/12 NHTSA #: EA09013
STEERING:COLUMN: This investigation is being closed based on several considerations.By the most inclusive counting of all alleged rollaway incidents (i.e., counting all alleged rollaway incidents and assuming a singular failure mechanism), the incident rate is low, however during EA09-013, ODI identified a number of different failure mechanisms in 180 incidents related to the alleged defect.The highest rate for any particular failure mechanism, the failure of the Automatic Transmission Parking System, was 4.4/100K.The next-highest failure rate was for the BSI System, at 3.4/100K.For all identified failure mechanisms there has been a drastically declining trend including very few incidents occurring in recent years.Accordingly, this investigation is closed.The closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by NHTSA that a safety-related defect does not exist.For additional information regarding this investigation, see the complete closing resume in the document file for EA09-013. The ODI reports cited above can be reviewed at www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/complaints under the following identification (ODI) numbers:10168454, 10279630, 10280078.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Defect Investigation Open 2009/08/18 - Close 2013/02/12 NHTSA #: EA09013
STEERING: This investigation is being closed based on several considerations.By the most inclusive counting of all alleged rollaway incidents (i.e., counting all alleged rollaway incidents and assuming a singular failure mechanism), the incident rate is low, however during EA09-013, ODI identified a number of different failure mechanisms in 180 incidents related to the alleged defect.The highest rate for any particular failure mechanism, the failure of the Automatic Transmission Parking System, was 4.4/100K.The next-highest failure rate was for the BSI System, at 3.4/100K.For all identified failure mechanisms there has been a drastically declining trend including very few incidents occurring in recent years.Accordingly, this investigation is closed.The closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by NHTSA that a safety-related defect does not exist.For additional information regarding this investigation, see the complete closing resume in the document file for EA09-013. The ODI reports cited above can be reviewed at www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/complaints under the following identification (ODI) numbers:10168454, 10279630, 10280078.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Defect Investigation Open 2009/08/18 - Close 2013/02/12 NHTSA #: EA09013
POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:GEAR POSITION INDICATION (PRNDL): This investigation is being closed based on several considerations.By the most inclusive counting of all alleged rollaway incidents (i.e., counting all alleged rollaway incidents and assuming a singular failure mechanism), the incident rate is low, however during EA09-013, ODI identified a number of different failure mechanisms in 180 incidents related to the alleged defect.The highest rate for any particular failure mechanism, the failure of the Automatic Transmission Parking System, was 4.4/100K.The next-highest failure rate was for the BSI System, at 3.4/100K.For all identified failure mechanisms there has been a drastically declining trend including very few incidents occurring in recent years.Accordingly, this investigation is closed.The closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by NHTSA that a safety-related defect does not exist.For additional information regarding this investigation, see the complete closing resume in the document file for EA09-013. The ODI reports cited above can be reviewed at www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/complaints under the following identification (ODI) numbers:10168454, 10279630, 10280078.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Defect Investigation Open 2009/08/18 - Close 2013/02/12 NHTSA #: EA09013
POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:LEVER AND LINKAGE:COLUMN SHIFT: This investigation is being closed based on several considerations.By the most inclusive counting of all alleged rollaway incidents (i.e., counting all alleged rollaway incidents and assuming a singular failure mechanism), the incident rate is low, however during EA09-013, ODI identified a number of different failure mechanisms in 180 incidents related to the alleged defect.The highest rate for any particular failure mechanism, the failure of the Automatic Transmission Parking System, was 4.4/100K.The next-highest failure rate was for the BSI System, at 3.4/100K.For all identified failure mechanisms there has been a drastically declining trend including very few incidents occurring in recent years.Accordingly, this investigation is closed.The closing of this investigation does not constitute a finding by NHTSA that a safety-related defect does not exist.For additional information regarding this investigation, see the complete closing resume in the document file for EA09-013. The ODI reports cited above can be reviewed at www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/complaints under the following identification (ODI) numbers:10168454, 10279630, 10280078.
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2012/07/10 NHTSA #: 10045340
Service Bulletin #: TSB-12-7-4
(PWS): FORD/LINCOLN/MERCURY: IF BATTERY WAS DISCONNECTED OR DEAD, VEHICLES/TRUCKS MAY EXPERIENCE HARD STARTS AND ENGINE IDLE RPM FLUCTUATION AND EXHIBIT DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTCS) P0505, P0506, P2111 AND P2112. *PE
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2009/05/01 NHTSA #: 10028736
Service Bulletin #: TSB-08-19-3
POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY:AXLE SHAFT:SEAL: FORD: SOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT OIL SEPARATION FROM THE INTERNAL LUBE FOUND IN THE UNITIZED CARTRIDGE SEAL. OIL SEPARATION APPEARS TO BE AND IS OFTEN MISDIAGNOSED, AS AN AXLE LUBE LEAK. *PE
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2009/05/01 NHTSA #: 10028736
Service Bulletin #: TSB-08-19-3
POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY:AXLE SHAFT: FORD: SOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT OIL SEPARATION FROM THE INTERNAL LUBE FOUND IN THE UNITIZED CARTRIDGE SEAL. OIL SEPARATION APPEARS TO BE AND IS OFTEN MISDIAGNOSED, AS AN AXLE LUBE LEAK. *PE
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2007/10/01 NHTSA #: 10023943
Service Bulletin #: 07212
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE: SOME 1997-2008 VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH A 4.6L 2V, 5.4L 2V, OR 6.8L 2V ENGINE--SPARK PLUG THREAD REPAIR PROCEDURE--NOT COVERED UNDER NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY. *NJ THIS INCLUDES F-53 MOTORHOME CHASSIS. UPDATED 2/23/10. *PE
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2006/01/01 NHTSA #: 10019379
Service Bulletin #: 05213
FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:FUEL GAUGE SYSTEM: MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON WITH PCM DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0463 AND/OR IC DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE B1201 - FUEL GAUGE DROPS TO EMPTY OR SLOW TO UPDATE AFTER REFUELING. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2006/01/01 NHTSA #: 10014100
Service Bulletin #: 06216
POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY: LIMITED SLIP AXLE CHATTER, SHUDDER, BINDING SENSATION, OR VIBRATION DURING LOW SPEED TURNING MANEUVERS. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2006/01/01 NHTSA #: 10019384
Service Bulletin #: 0637
TIRES: LOW TIRE INDICATOR ON - TPMS SYSTEM SENSOR WAKE UP. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/11/14 NHTSA #: 10018745
Service Bulletin #: 041601
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING: WDS COP KIT DIAGNOSTIC TIP - COIL ON PLUG (COP) IGNITION SYSTEMS - ENGINE MISFIRE OR ROUGH RUNNING. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/10/31 NHTSA #: 10013388
Service Bulletin #: 042115
FUEL SYSTEM, DIESEL:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY: FUEL GAUGE SLOW TO UPDATE AFTER REFUELING. *EH
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/10/31 NHTSA #: 10016904
Service Bulletin #: 051017
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SERVICE ENGINE SOON LAMP ON WITH PCM DTC P0463, INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DTC B1201 AND OR FUEL GAUGE DROPS TO EMPTY-VEHICLES BUILT 8/2/2004 THROUGH 4/7/2005. *SC
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/10/07 NHTSA #: 10018064
Service Bulletin #: 051710
SUSPENSION:FRONT:WHEEL BEARING: NOISE FROM REAR WHEEL HUB BEARINGS. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/09/01 NHTSA #: 10018069
Service Bulletin #: 18815
POWER TRAIN:TRANSFER CASE (4-WHEEL DRIVE): A TINY CRACK, OR CRACKS, AROUND THE TRANSFER CASE DRAIN PLUG HOLE. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/06/07 NHTSA #: 10012952
Service Bulletin #: 0537
POWER TRAIN:DRIVELINE: DRIVELINE 1ST ORDER VIBRATION/BOOM/DRONE. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/06/07 NHTSA #: 10017931
Service Bulletin #: 051016
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING: NO START/HARD START ON COLD SOAK - 4.0L ENGINE. *TT
2005 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER Technical Service Bulletin 2005/06/07 NHTSA #: 10014138
Service Bulletin #: 042421
SEAT BELTS:FRONT:RETRACTOR: SAFETY BELT RETRACTION SPEED. *TT
 
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