Recall Date 2015-06-03 Description The Timken Company Timken is recalling certain aftermarket front wheel bearings, part number 510072, sold from January 22, 2015, to May 21, 2015, to be used as service parts on 2001-2012 Ford Escape, 2001-2011 Mazda Tribute, and 2005-2011 Mercury Mariner vehicles. Although based on the same platform as the first generation, one dating back from 2000, the 2009 model year received several structural revisions, new suspension setup, new transmission and most important, one new engine unit and a thoroughly revised 3. The affected wheel bearings have incorrect dimensions of a 42mm bore, 76mm outer dimension, and 39mm width, instead of a 42mm bore, 78mm outer dimension and a 45mm width. Four adults can fit for longer trips, and the seats fold down for a remarkably tall, boxy cargo space. At a Glance The Mercury Mariner gets one last go-round, one final opportunity to go up against its close cousins, the Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute, in 2011.
A moonroof is available with either trim. Mariner fans rave about all that and moan that this is the end of the line for their favorite vehicle. She is totally disappointed they are going to total it. Traction and stability control and front, side and curtain airbags all come standard, along with side-intrusion door beams. The Premier trim offers heated front seats, leather upholstery and a six-speaker audio system. The recall began on May 21, 2015.
Fuel economy city 21 mpg Rear tread 60. Remedy Timken has begun notifying distributors who will offer purchasers replacement wheel bearings, free of charge. By Zach Bowman For those who suffer a daily commute through heavy traffic, your vehicle's braking system can bring thousands of pounds of metal, plastic and empty Starbucks cups to a stop hundreds of times before you get to work. . Damage looks repairable with only front fenders, hood, nose and radiator support. She loved the way in handled, how well she could see out, the dependability, it was the 4cly model and she felt comfortable with the power. Some note that it makes for a comfortable ride and call it car-like, while others feel it is a bit rough and truck-like.
Safety scores for the Mariner crossover have been strong. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Both versions are equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission. The affected vehicles have a steering torque sensor that may not be able to properly detect driver steering input. We have a class 3 hitch and have been told that up-grading to a class 4 hitch will increase the capacity to 5000 lbs.
A rear seat that is very flat and cannot be adjusted gets brought up in reviews as well. Chances are, with the line nearing extinction, Mercury dealers will be willing to offer up good deals on the cars. Powertrain improvements a couple of years ago boosted the power some, and the V6 especially provides a fair amount of get-up. The Mariner's somewhat upright look translates into plenty of interior space. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-800-392-3673.
A third powertrain is offered in the Mariner Hybrid, which is virtually identical to the award-winning Ford Escape Hybrid. Owners will recieve a second notice when remedy parts become available. The CarGurus View Ford offered the Mercury Mariner for the most part as a fancied-up Ford Escape and no doubt hopes Mariner-lovers will switch their allegiances to the Escape. Some reviewers feel the front seats are too upright. Like its Milan sedan sibling, the 2011 Mercury Mariner crossover will be one of the final vehicles sold under its brand name.
Owners may contact Timken customer service at 1-866-984-6536. Recall Date 2014-05-29 Description Ford Motor Company Ford is recalling certain model year 2008-2011 Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner vehicles manufactured August 18, 2006, through September 11, 2010. Reviews tend to be mixed when it comes to road noise: Some reviewers note that it is relatively quiet on the highway; others find it loud. Ford's number for this recall is 16S41. She walked away with just some bruises, the Honda she hit was totally destroyed and she was only doing about 30 mph. Ford announced in 2010 it would shut down the Mercury brand, leaving it with just Lincoln and Ford nameplates to apply to its wide range of sedans, trucks, and crossovers.
Ford plans to discontinue the Mercury brand after the 2011 model year, so this is it for the Mariner and the rest of the family. Ford added standard electronic stability control in 2008, and other standard safety features include side and curtain airbags and anti-lock brakes. Engine bore x stroke 3. It goes without saying that these pieces wear out, but they do so slowly, meaning you may not notice they need attention until. Ramp breakover angle 21 degrees Maximum interior cargo volume 67.