Mercury Montego Experts

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Mercury Montego Questions

tac33
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Power Steering Moans When Turnig At 62k Miles

started moaning at about 59K miles when turning, flushed steering fluid at 60K, OK for 2K now exhibiting same sounds. Any information will be appreciated..

1,999 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
Evangelos
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Between Carburetor @ Head Leaks Gas

26 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
Katie Gabel
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Does This Car Have A Place Where You Can Plug A Cord Into It That Connects ...

235 views with 4 answers (last answer about a year ago)
REGMAR480
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About Mercury Montego Mileage

MY MERCURY MONTEGO 2006 - 38,000 MILES - ALWAYS INDICATES 17 MPG - SAME IN CITY AS IN THE FREE WAY. IS IT POSSIBLE A SO LOW MILEAGE FOR A MINT CAR? -2WD- PREVIOUSLY THE READING WAS +-20 mpg. WHAT CAN...

200 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
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Mercury Montego 2006 - Reset Comp. After Oil Change. Problem!

I changed the oil myself today and this time I found a problem when trying to erase the typical message "OIL LIFE 0%" or similar. When handling SET UP, RESET & INFO thru the small keys beside the wh...

1,569 views with 6 answers (last answer 4 months ago)

About the Mercury Montego

Mercury rolled out the Montego in 2005 with a goal of adding a premium mid-size sedan that would help boost sales for the subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. The Montego is based on the Ford Five Hundred, although with a bit more flair and comfort, and it more or less replaced the Mercury Sable, which had runs its course.
The sedan's design emphasizes safety, style, and handling, and Mercury did a fine job of blending those elements. Government crash-test ratings are perennially stellar. All Montegos have featured the same 3.0-liter, 203-horsepower V6, which provides sufficient power without compromising fuel efficiency.
One hallmark of this car is its Command Seating feature, wherein the occupants are perched higher than in the average sedan. In addition to affording a better view and increased legroom, this increases the ease of getting into and out of the car.
User satisfaction has been high in this car's short history. They appreciate its space, value, fuel economy, and pleasant ride.