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Mercury Mariner Questions

Toni Williams

Does Fuel Tank Have Drain Plug?

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How Do I Leave Bad Feedback About A Dealer

Dealer - Kargars, this dealer lured us in with a price of 6877, and after our deposit of $500, wrote a contract for 8800, and then when our credit union pointed it out, the dealer changed it to 7877....

49 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
Olga Zaiss

2006 Mercury Mariner Left Rear Blinker Is Not Working. Checked The Bulb, No...

2006 Mercury Mariner left rear blinker is not working. Checked the bulb, not burned, but just in case, replaced it, still not working. Checked the fuse, no problem with the fuse. Could not locate re...

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My 2007 Mercury Mariner Will Not Stay Running Unless Giving It Gas. It Sta...

Drove fine this morning and then when I started it again, it started running rough and turns off when my foot is off the gas.

32 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)

Any Suggestion S On What Might Be Wrong And How To Fix The 6 Cd Player?

I just purchased a used 2005 Ford Mariner Primier with a 6 CD player. The radio works but nothing happens when I press the load or eject buttons and the door won't open. Any suggestion s on what mig...

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About the Mercury Mariner

The Mercury Mariner came to be in 2005 as the manufacturer's smaller SUV offering aimed at younger buyers. Although it's the sibling of the Ford Escape, the styling is quite different, so it's not just a simple rebranding.
There's a bit of a trade-off of power in favor of fuel efficiency, at least by SUV standards; the five-passenger vehicle's fuel economy ranges from 19 to 24 miles per gallon. It can hold a bit of cargo behind the back row, but if the back row is unoccupied its seats can be flattened to create a cargo space of more than 66 cubic feet.
Although it contains all of the safety equipment that is more or less commonplace on today's new cars, the Mariner has earned adequate but not exceptional crash-test ratings in its three model years. Owner satisfaction appears to be quite high, especially on the well-equipped higher-priced trims.