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MERCURY MARINER_QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Your new Mercury Mariner
is about to turn your
everyday driving
experience into an
everyday driving
adventure. You’re going
to love the way this
smart, stylish and
sophisticated SUV
handles whatever road
life lays out before you.
This Quick Reference
Guide was designed
to help you quickly get
to know the many
features of your new
Mariner. For more
detailed information,
please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
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01. TURN SIGNAL,
HEADLAMP AND
AUTOLAMP CONTROL
Turning the headlamp
control up to the first
position turns on
the parking lamps.
Continuing to turn
the headlamp control
to the second position,
turns on the headlamps. To activate
the high beams, push
the lever forward to
the instrument panel.
Pull the lever towards
you to deactivate
them. Use the same
lever to activate the
“Flash to Pass”
feature. Pull the
lever towards you to
the first detent to
activate and release
to deactivate. The
battery saver will
shut off the exterior
lamps 10 minutes
after the ignition has
been turned off, if the
headlamp control is
in the position.
To use the autolamp
light sensitive,
automatic on-off
control (if equipped)
for the headlamps,
turn the headlamp
control down to the
AUTO position. To turn
autolamps off, turn
the control back to
the OFF position.
For more information,
please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
02. POWER SIDE
VIEW MIRRORS
03. FOG LAMP
CONTROL The fog
04. PANEL DIMMER
CONTROL Use the
05. TILT STEERING
WHEEL LEVER To
Rotate the control
clockwise to adjust
the right mirror, and
counterclockwise
to adjust the left
mirror. Then move
the control in the
direction you wish
to tilt the mirror.
Return the control
to the center
position to lock
the mirrors in place.
lamps can be turned
on when the
headlamp control is
in the parking lamp
or headlamp
position and the
high beams are not
on. Press the control
to turn on the fog
lamps. The fog lamp
indicator light will
illuminate. Press
again to deactivate.
Remember, the fog
lamps will not
operate when the
high beams are on.
The fog lamps are
deactivated when
the ignition is turned
to the LOCK position.
dimmer control to
adjust the brightness
of the instrument
panel and all
applicable switches
in the vehicle when
headlamps and
parking lamps are
on. Push and hold
the top of the
control to brighten.
Push and hold the
bottom of the
control to dim.
adjust the steering
wheel, push the
adjustment lever
down to unlock the
steering column.
While the lever is in
the down position,
tilt the steering
column to your
desired position.
Then, while holding
the steering column
in place, pull the lever
up to its original
position to lock the
steering column.
06. MESSAGE CENTER
07. COMPASS
(If equipped) The
message center,
located on your
instrument cluster,
displays important
vehicle information
through constant
monitoring of vehicle
systems. You may
select display features
on the message
center for a display of
status preceded by a
brief indicator chime.
The system will also
notify you of potential
vehicle problems
with a display of
system warnings
followed by a long
indicator chime.
(If equipped) The
compass heading (N,
NE, E, SE, S, SW, W
or NW) is displayed
in the message
center display.
The compass
reading may be
affected when
you drive by large
buildings, power
lines and powerful
broadcast antennas.
For more information,
please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
08. FRONT AND REAR
WIPER WASHER
CONTROL The multi-
function lever controls
the windshield wiper
modes, speeds, and
the windshield washer.
For intermittent
operation, move the
lever down one
position. You can
then adjust the
rotary control to the
desired speed. For
normal or low speed
wiper operation,
move the lever down
two positions from
OFF. For high speed
operation, move the
lever down three
positions from OFF.
For windshield washer
fluid, pull the end of
the stalk towards
you. Move the lever
up and release for
one wipe. REAR:
Rotate the end of the
lever upward to the
position for
intermittent operation.
Rotate the end of the
lever upward to ON
for normal-speed
operation. Rotate
and release the end
of the lever to the
position to activate
the rear washer.
09. AUDIOPHILE
SATELLITE
COMPATIBLE
IN-DASH SIX-CD
RADIO (If equipped)
Please see reverse
side for details.
10. SPEED CONTROL
For your speed
control to work, it
must be in the ON
position. Pressing
and releasing the ON
button will engage it.
Pressing and releasing the OFF button
disengages it. Speed
control does not
work at speeds
below 30 mph (48
km/h). To set a
desired speed, press
SET ACC. You can
increase speed using
the speed control by
pressing and holding
SET ACC. You can
decrease speed by
pressing and holding
using the CST
button. Pressing the
RSM control will
automatically return
the vehicle to the
previously set speed.
To disengage the
speed control, press
the OFF button or
press the brake pedal.
11. HAZARD FLASHER
CONTROL Push the
flasher control and all
front and rear direction
signals will flash. Use
it when your vehicle
is disabled or is
creating a safety
hazard for other
motorists. The hazard
flashers will operate
when the ignition is
in any position or if
the key is not in
the ignition.
12. REAR WINDOW
DEFROSTER
CONTROL / HEATED
OUTSIDE MIRRORS
Ensure that the
ignition is in the RUN
position. Press the
control to clear the
rear window of thin
ice and fog. The LED
will illuminate. The
rear defroster turns
off automatically
after 15 minutes or
when the ignition is
turned to LOCK. To
manually turn off the
rear defroster before
15 minutes have
passed, push the
control again. When
the rear window
defroster is activated,
ice, mist and fog will
be removed from
both outside heated
mirrors (if equipped).
Like the rear window
defroster, the mirrors
have an auto timeout feature that will
turn the system off
after 15 minutes.
13. REVERSE SENSING
SYSTEM (If equipped)
This system sounds
a tone to warn the
driver of obstacles
near the rear bumper,
when R (Reverse) is
selected and the
vehicle is moving at
speeds less than
3 mph (5km/h).
The closer you get to
the obstacle, the
more the rate of the
tone increases.
When an obstacle is
less than 10 inches
(25 cm) away,
the tone sounds
continuously.
The system is not
effective at speeds
above 3 mph (5 km/h)
and may not detect
certain angular or
moving objects.
14. CLIMATE CONTROL
Please see reverse
side for details.
01. ABS WARNING
LAMP The ABS
02. FOUR WHEEL
DRIVE (4WD) SYSTEM
03. TPMS WARNING
SYSTEM Using radio-
04. SERVICE ENGINE
SOON LAMP The
warning lamp will
momentarily
illuminate when the
ignition is turned on.
If the light doesn’t
illuminate, stays on
or flashes, have your
vehicle serviced. In
an emergency, apply
continuous force to
the brake pedal.
Do not pump the
brakes. Any pulsation
or mechanical noise
you may feel or hear
is normal.
(If equipped) Four
Wheel Drive is
capable of handling
various road
conditions, including
street and highway
driving as well as
off-road and winter
driving. The 4WD
indicator light
illuminates when the
ignition is first turned
to the RUN position,
to check the bulb.
Solid illumination
indicates system
requires service.
A blinking indicator
indicates the system
has disengaged
due to heat
protection mode.
frequency pressure
sensors, this system
monitors tire pressure
on all road tires and
provides the driver
with a yellow warning
light when air needs
to be added. Message
center equipped
vehicles provide
additional warning
messages. The TPMS
warning light will
reset itself (turn off )
after the tires are
reset to specification
and the vehicle is
driven above 20 mph
(30 km/h) for two
minutes. Please note:
Outside temperature
affects tire pressure.
Service Engine Soon
lamp illuminates
when the ignition is
first turned to the
RUN position, to
check the bulb. If the
light turns solid or
blinks, the On-Board
Diagnostics System
has detected a
malfunction. Drive
in a moderate fashion
(avoid heavy acceleration or deceleration)
and have your vehicle
serviced immediately.
Always secure your
fuel cap by turning
it clockwise until it
clicks at least once
to avoid a warning
caused by a loose cap.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48121
1-800-392-3673 (FORD)
(TDD for the hearing impaired: 1-800-232-5952)
This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace
your Owner’s Guide which contains more detailed
information concerning the features of your vehicle, as
well as important safety warnings designed to help
reduce the risk of injury to you and your occupants.
Please read your entire Owner’s Guide carefully as you
begin learning about your new vehicle and refer to the
appropriate sections when questions arise.
All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide
was accurate at the time of duplication. We reserve the
right to change features, operation and/or functionality
of any vehicle specification at any time. Your Mercury
dealer is the best source for the most current information.
For detailed operating and safety information, please
consult your Owner’s Guide.
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FUSES If your
electrical components
aren’t working
properly, a fuse may
have blown. For more
information, please
consult your
Owner’s Guide.
FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF
SWITCH This device
stops the electric fuel
pump from sending
fuel to the engine
when your vehicle has
had a substantial jolt.
After an accident, if
you find that the
engine cranks, but
does not start, this
switch may have been
activated. The fuel
pump shut-off switch
is in the front
passenger’s footwell,
behind a flip-up cover,
by the kick panel
access cover.
LOCATION OF SPARE
TIRE AND TOOLS
The jack and tools are
either under the
carpeted floorboard or
in the right rear of the
cargo area behind an
access panel. The
spare tire is under the
rear
of the vehicle. For
more information,
please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
TIRE PRESSURE
Safe operation of your
Mariner requires your
tires to be
properly inflated. The
recommended
inflation pressure
is found on the
tire label or the
Safety Compliance
Certification Label on
the driver’s door or
B-Pillar. At least once
a month and before
long trips, inspect
each tire and check
the air pressure with a
tire gauge. Don’t
forget the spare. Air
pressure should be
checked when the
tires are cold.
WARNING:
Improperly inflated
tires can affect
vehicle handling and
can fail suddenly,
resulting in a possible
loss of vehicle control.
CHANGING THE TIRES
If you get a flat tire
while driving, do not
apply the brake heavily. Instead, gradually
decrease your speed.
Hold the steering
wheel firmly and
slowly move to a safe
place onto the side of
the road. Your vehicle
is equipped with a
temporary spare tire,
which is smaller than
a regular tire, and is
designed for
emergency use only.
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
In addition to your
New Vehicle Limited
Warranty, Ford Motor
Company provides new
vehicle owners with a
complimentary
roadside assistance
program. This service
is available 24 hours a
day, seven days a
week for three years
or 36,000 miles. It
covers changing a
flat tire, jump starts,
limited fuel delivery,
lock-out assistance,
and towing your
vehicle. Call
800-241-3673 for
Roadside Assistance.
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
Vehicles equipped
with 2.3L four-cylinder
engines and 3.0L
six-cylinder engines
have 16.5 gallon
(62.5L) fuel tanks.
REAR WINDOW
BUFFETING When one
or both of your rear
windows are open,
the vehicle may
demonstrate a wind
throb or buffeting
noise. This is common
among a wide range
of vehicles and can be
eliminated by simply
lowering a front
window two to
three inches.
01. FAN SPEED
CONTROL Rotate the
knob to adjust the
volume of air
circulated in
the vehicle.
02. MAX A/C Uses
recirculated air to
cool the vehicle.
MAX A/C is louder
than A/C, but is more
economical and cools
the interior faster.
Airflow will be directed
from the instrument
panel vents. This
mode can also be
used to prevent
undesirable odors
from entering
the vehicle.
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03. A/C Uses outside
06. OFF Outside air is
09. DEFROST
air to cool the vehicle.
Although quieter
than MAX A/C, A/C
is not as economical
and will take longer
to cool the vehicle.
Airflow will be
directed from
the instrument
panel vents.
shut off and the fan
will not operate. This
mode can also be
used to prevent
undesirable odors
from entering the
vehicle, but only
for a short period
of time.
Distributes outside
air through the
windshield defroster
vents. It can be used
to clear ice or fog
from the windshield.
07. FLOOR Allows for
04. PANEL
Distributes outside
air through the
instrument panel
vents.
05. PANEL AND
FLOOR Distributes
outside air through
the instrument
panel vents and
floor vents.
maximum heating
by distributing
outside air through
the floor vents.
08. FLOOR AND
DEFROST Distributes
outside air through
the windshield
defroster vents and
the floor vents.
(If equipped) The
Auto-Dimming
Rearview Mirror is
equipped with a
feature that will
reduce glare in the
rearview mirror
when bright lights
are detected. It
automatically returns
to normal /clear
when the vehicle is
placed in R (Reverse).
10. TEMPERATURE
CONTROL Rotate
the knob to adjust
the temperature of
the airflow inside
the vehicle.
REMOTE ENTRY
SYSTEM (If equipped)
Your vehicle may be
equipped with a
remote entry system
which allows you to
lock or unlock the
vehicle’s doors
without a key. Press
the unlock button
once to unlock the
driver’s door, twice
to unlock all doors.
Pressing the lock
button once will lock
all doors and the
park/turn lamps will
flash once. Pressing
the button a second
time will chirp the
horn to confirm that
all doors are closed
and locked. It also
allows you to
arm your personal
alarm. For more
information, please
consult your
Owner’s Guide.
AUDIOPHILE SATELLITE COMPATIBLE IN-DASH SIX-CD/MP3_RADIO (if equipped)
TWO STEP UNLOCKING
To unlock the driver’s
door, turn the key in
the door cylinder
once toward the front
of the vehicle. Turn
the key a second time
to unlock all passenger
doors, liftgate and
liftgate glass.
To lock all doors,
liftgate and liftgate
glass, turn the key
toward the back of
the vehicle once.
SECURILOCK™
PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT
SYSTEM This system
KEYLESS ENTRY
KEYPAD You can use
the Keyless Entry
Keypad to lock or
unlock the doors
without a key. The
keypad can be operated with the factory set
five-digit entry code
or you can create your
own. This code is on
the owner’s wallet
card in the glove box.
Enter this code and
within five seconds
press the
1•2 on the keypad.
Enter your personal
five-digit code. The
doors will again lock
then unlock, to confirm
that your personal
keycode has been
programmed to
the module.
is designed to help
prevent the engine
from being started
unless a coded key
programmed to your
vehicle is used. Your
SecuriLock™ system is
armed immediately
after switching the
ignition to the LOCK
position. The theft
indicator will flash
every two seconds
when the vehicle is
armed. Switching the
ignition to the RUN
position with a coded
key disarms the
system. Your vehicle
comes with two coded
keys. Additional coded
keys can be purchased
from your authorized
dealer. For more
information, please
consult your
Owner’s Guide.
HEATED FRONT SEATS
(If equipped) To
activate heated
seats, push the
control located on
the side of the seat.
Push it again to
deactivate, or the
system will turn off
automatically after
10 minutes, or when
the ignition is turned
to the LOCK position.
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05. SCAN Press for a
brief sampling of
radio stations or
CD/MP3 tracks.
Press again to stop.
shuffle status.
Press again to
toggle status.
CD mode. If a CD is
already loaded into
the system, the CD
play will begin
where it last ended.
06. DISC / TUNE
Press to go up or
down the radio
frequency or to
select a desired disc.
10. REPEAT Press
to repeat current
CD/MP3 track when
active (on). Press to
show shuffle status.
Press again to
toggle status.
03. ON/OFF/VOLUME
07. FOLDER Press to
11. AUX This function
Press to turn ON or
OFF. Turn to increase
or decrease volume.
access the next/
previous directory.
is not operational.
02. CD Press to enter
Overdrive is the
normal drive
position for the best
fuel economy. Only
turn Overdrive OFF
when driving with a
heavy load, towing a
trailer up or down
steep hills, or when
additional engine
braking is needed.
To deactivate, press
the switch located
on the side of the
gearshift lever.
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01. BAND Press to
select AM, FM1
or FM2 frequency
bands.
GEARSHIFT /
OVERDRIVE CONTROL
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SPEED SENSITIVE
VOLUME This audio
system may have
speed sensitive
volume control.
For more information
on its features and
functions, please
consult your
Owner’s Guide.
SETTING THE CLOCK
08. SEEK Press to
04. SAT (if equipped)
Your Audiophile
radio comes Satellite
ready. The kit to
enable the Satellite
reception is available
through your
Mercury dealer.
access the next
listenable station
or track.
09. SHUFFLE Press to
play CD/MP3 tracks
in random order
when active (on).
Press to show
SETTING MEMORY
PRESETS To set a
station: Select
frequency band AM,
FM1 or FM2. Tune to
a station, then press
and hold one of the
six numbered preset
buttons until the
sound returns.
Press MENU until
SELECT HOUR or
SELECT MINS is
displayed. Use SEL
and the up / down
arrows to adjust the
hours / minutes.