Shocks or struts, ball joints, tie rods, wheel bearings, alignment, steering linkage (includes rack and pinion), power steering (pumps and hoses, leaks), wheel balance, springs or torsion bars, bushings, electronic or air suspension.
What Owners Say
“Bad roads in Illinois caused alignment to be off by hitting pot holes that I was unable to avoid because there was too many of them on the Roads. SUV was pulling to the left unto I had the alignment redone. Three of the Torsion bars were either brok”John B., IL (2006 Mercury Mountaineer None 4.0-L V6)
“Crunching noises from the driver's side front wheel. Had to have the bearing replaced”James Y., WI (2006 Mercury Mountaineer None 4.6-L V8)
“Only car I ever needed to replace front wheel bearings. Requires a new Hub, very expensive”Scott H., MA (2006 Mercury Mountaineer None 4.6-L V8)
“Alignment was off a number of times because of potholes and bad bumps on Illinois highways”John B., IL (2006 Mercury Mountaineer None 4.0-L V6)
“cupping”Cherrie M., MN (2006 Mercury Mountaineer None 4.6-L V8)