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Van dying when put in gear
I think the most likely cause would be a faulty computer or sensor of some kind. I would recommend having an inspection of the engine and transmission performed by a professional. It would also help to scan the vehicle...
Overheating at the traffic light or while AC is on
You may have a restriction in your radiator or condenser that is preventing the cooling of the respective fluids that go through these parts. Restrictions will cause hot spots and therefore will not allow sufficient cooling of the refrigerant or...
Engine keeps misfiring on humid days
The humidity in the air will also affect the air pressure around your vehicle. When air pressure is affected, engine vacuum is also affected. The engine's positive crankcase ventilation system relies on engine vacuum to function properly. If the engine...
The throttle keeps sticking at average speeds
You may have a damaged throttle body or a faulty throttle position sensor. Both of these issues can make you feel the same symptoms as a sticking throttle. I would recommend having the throttle body and throttle position sensor inspected...
Sudden drop in gas mileage
There are multiple factors that can affect your gas mileage. Some of these factors would include: how clean the air filter is, how well fuel can flow through the fuel filter. If the fuel filter is doing its job, the...
Q: Head gaskets
The majority of the top end of the motor will in fact need to come apart in order to replace head gaskets. However, this would not necessarily be true for replacing only the timing belt.
i was told that my cruise control cable is bent. can it be fixed without replacing it?
A bent cruise control cable cannot be bent back without significant risk of more damage to the cable. You can try doing it yourself, but no reputable mechanic is going to help you do this, because there is a large...
Anti-theft preventing car from starting
Hello. The first thing I would do is try to reset or disable the anti-theft system. This can be done by locking the doors with the power lock, and closing all the doors and the trunk. Then you wait 30...
The mechanics is saying to change the Brake pads and engine mount replacement cost $550. is this worth to repair the car or sell
You have an "older" car but one with relatively low mileage on the engine. (My car is 26 years old, so don't feel bad). The big issue with "older" cars is corrosion and deterioration of critical rubber products like valve...
Where is the transmission module located in a 1999 Mercury Villager minivan?
Hi, thanks for your question! For your vehicle, the transmission module should be to the right side of the steering column, under the dash.
My brakes are hard when depressed.
Hey there, thanks for writing in. The brake booster has a bad vacuum supply or the booster internal vacuum valve is bad and the booster needs replaced. The complete brake system should be checked and diagnosed by a mechanic to...
My car's air conditioning/heating system only works for a brief time and blows the wrong temperature air
Your Villager comes equipped with either an automatic climate control system or a manual controlled climate system. The automatic controlled system uses four separate sensors and as many modules to operate. Any of these can be the source of the...
2001 Mercury Villager. The engine surges in Neutral and Park. Normal in drive. But noise and jerk during gear change.
This may be a sign of a faulty MAP sensor as the vehicle responds adversely to a load put on the motor (i.e. putting it in gear, making turns (which makes use of the power steering pressure switch) turning on...
brakes won't hold fluid
The rear brakes on the 2000 Villager are drum brakes operated by a wheel cylinder that is bolted to a steel backing plate and covered by the brake drum. If there is no visible external leak, yet brake fluid is...
I have a 1999 mercury villager. It has been overheating. Can I take it to autozone to have them check the codes to find out why?
There is a code for engine over temperature that may be stored in your vehicle's powertrain control module. Most auto parts stores will pull the codes for you and let you know what they are. YourMechanic also offers [check engine...
1994 mercury villager upper rad hose blow, water backed up in overflow looks brownny what to look for
If the the car was not previously overheating, then you can simply service the cooling system, replace the hose and be done with it. However, ideally, on a 23 year old car all the rubber hoses should be replaced if...
My engine whines. It was low on power steering fluid, but adding did not make it goes away. Does it sometimes take a few minutes 2000 Mercury Villager
Hi there - your whining noise is probably due to air still being in the steering system, which can be removed by turning the steering all the way to the right, then to the left - repeat a couple of...
why does my car jerk and lurch forward when i accelerate and jumps when i apply the brake
Hi Frank. There could be a few possible issues here. Usually, when the car lunges when you're on the brake, it's due to the torque converter slipping or other internal transmission problems. This is really something that a transmission specialist...
car keeps cutting off mid drive while accelerating and braking despite having changed the trottle body
Hi Stephanie. Thanks for contacting us today. While in most cases a damaged throttle body will exhibit these symptoms, it's just one piece to the fuel system puzzle. It's possible that additional fuel or ignition system components are also dirty...
Shifting problem? 1998 Mercury Villager
Hi There, This may be related to a faulty transmission control solenoid. since automatic transmissions use pressurized hydraulic fluid to change gears, every time a gear change is required, the car's computer activates a transmission solenoid, which directs transmission fluid...

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