Mercury Mountaineer P0010: “A” Cam Position Actuator – Circuit (Bank 1)

P0010 is a relatively common trouble code. It affects vehicles with variable valve timing (VVT). The list of VVT vehicles is growing, and the Mercury Mountaineer can have VVT, and is prone to developing this code.     P0010 is a generic OBDII code. This means that it has the same definition regardless of the … Read moreMercury Mountaineer P0010: “A” Cam Position Actuator – Circuit (Bank 1)

Mercury Mountaineer P0013: “B” Camshaft Position → Open/Short OCV → Bank 1

P0013 is a frequent OBDII trouble code. It is generic, which means that it has the same meaning for the Mercury Mountaineer, as it would any other vehicle. It only affects vehicles with Variable Valve Timing. Below we’ll outline the major symptoms and causes of P0013, as well as the most common fixes.     … Read moreMercury Mountaineer P0013: “B” Camshaft Position → Open/Short OCV → Bank 1

Mercury Mountaineer P0014: Camshaft Position B → Over Advanced → Bank 1

P0014 is a relatively common trouble code for vehicles that have Variable Valve Timing (VVT). This includes the Mercury Mountaineer. VVT adjusts the camshafts position at different RPM’s and engine loads to maximize the operating efficiency of the motor. P0014 means that the camshaft position is too far advanced from where it should be in … Read moreMercury Mountaineer P0014: Camshaft Position B → Over Advanced → Bank 1