The 2002 Mercury Mountaineer Review
The Mercury Mountaineer is an SUV manufactured and sold by Mercury, a subsidiary of Ford, between 1997 and 2010. The Mountaineer is a twin brother to Ford Explorer due to their common features in terms of engine, chassis and many other items of hardware. There are three generations of the Mountaineer, and the 2002 model is the first model of the second generation. According to Edmunds.com, the 2002 Mountaineer has a fuel economy of 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway. The 2002 Mercury Mountaineer also has a 5-speed automatic transmission. Furthermore, the Flex-fuel engine, with its V6 cylinder alignment gives this vehicle a great deal of extra power. If you need to repair your 2002 Mercury Mountaineer, you can take a look at one of the manuals reviewed below.
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Haynes repair manuals usually cover several different models from one car manufacturer, but not this one. This manual covers only the Ford Explorer and the Mercury Mountaineer (which are basically the same vehicle, as mentioned above). Haynes is usually the first choice for many DIY enthusiasts, and many explanations within this book can be understood by complete novice mechanics. Therefore, if you are new to repairing vehicles, you should definitely strongly consider opting for this manual. You can find the Ford Explorer & Mercury Mountaineer Haynes Repair Manual (2002-2010) (over at Amazon) for roughly $10!
The 2002 Mercury Mountaineer Service & Repair Manual Software (offered at Tradebit) is certainly the least expensive option reviewed. This manual, available as an e-manual, is specific to this model of the Mountaineer, and contains all necessary information about it for every basic and more complicated repair. Tradebit manuals are not only affordable, but are also exclusively available in digital format, meaning that the manual is instantly available for download upon purchasing. You can get the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer Service & Repair Manual Software (from Tradebit) for roughly $15!
The third option is a Chilton repair manual. This repair manual covers the same models of the Explorer and Mountaineer as the Haynes manual reviewed above. There is a difference in the approach and the explanations and language used in each manual. Also, the Chilton repair manual is available from eBay (for those who can’t do without eBay)! You can get the Ford Explorer Mercury Mountaineer Shop Manual Chilton Service Repair for roughly $24.
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