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Mercury Monterey PSD Problem?
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I have a 2005 Mercury Monterey, the battery went dead and now the overhead power sliding door buttons and key fob do not work. There is a TSB on this exact problem. The doors still open by pulling the handle or using the b-pillar button. My friend at the Lincoln dealer hooked up a diagnostic tool for free, got the C1999 code and cleared it but this did not resolve the problem. He said further investigation is going to cost me a lot of money. He checked again and the error code is now cleared but the problem remains. Any idea what else could be wrong?

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#2
There is a cycle of on off run that you have to go through I think . I had an Escort that took about 10 cycles to go through and I had a 99" Jeep Sport was the same way evey time you disconnect the battery , both of these vehicles would run and stall and run and stall .
It is supposed to reset the onboard computer .
That maybe all you need ????
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#3
I resolved the problem, there was a "Change Oil" message on the in dash message center, after I cleared that the doors started working again. This is after the dealer had already cleared the error in the PSD computer.
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#4
That is almost as bizarre as the guy I met whos Impala ABS quit working due to the fact that a bulb in the hi-mount brake lamp was burned out.
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#5
The ABS in my Mark VII stopped working when I wired my radar detector into a switched-hot wire I found under the dash. Dumbest part is it took me a week to realize that I caused the problem and it wasn't just a coincidence.
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Quote:The ABS in my Mark VII stopped working when I wired my radar detector into a switched-hot wire I found under the dash. Dumbest part is it took me a week to realize that I caused the problem and it wasn't just a coincidence.
:whoa: :wtf:
My Perfect 5th Vehicle Would Be A Towtruck

'90 LSC/SE, Black on Black in Black, 347", T5, springs, ground effects.

'94 F150 4X 306, B303

'70 MK III, 76 K miles, pretty but has issues

'01 Durango, the wifes grocery getter.

Previously: '66 Cont'l Coupe, '75 Town Coupe, '79 MK V, '83 MK VI, '86 Cont'l, '94 Cont'l,

'89 MK VII BB

(and I have the unused parts to prove it Wink )
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