On my Villager, On the left outboard side of the engine, as you stand in front of the car and are looking down at the engine, there is a fuel line interupeted by a short 2 inch flex line. My worm clamps keep coming loose.
I am having the same problem with my '94 Villager, and in researching this, it appears many others do also. I came across some information that indicated that there was a Technical Service Bulletin issued for this problem. This TSB indicated that "there may be a missing sealer between the fuel filler opening upper flange and the fuel filler base assembly. The recommended fix is to reseal the gaps in the fuel filler opening". Don't know if this will help you, but I think I will look into it on my van.
there was recall on fuel filler line seal. have u taken it in for that?
I currently own a 94 Villager and just Saturday I was driving and no matter how I accelerated the van will not go anywhere. The van eventually shut down. First, I was told by one mechanic that it was the fuel pump and then by another that it was the fuel filter, once the fuel filter was replaced, I was told I need to replace the fuel regulator. I did go and purchased the fuel regulator, which cost me $62 including taxes. That's not bad I see comparing to someone spending $90.
If anyone else had this problem with their van, can you please tell me what was the exact cause of this problem. I'm sick of mechanics just taking advantage to hike up the price of labor. Oh, as for the fumes when turning on the van, I too has this problem, so after I have the fuel regulator replace tomorrow, I will let you know if the fumes still comes into the van when turning on the heating system.
Mercury makes a model called the Villager if that's any help.
Got the same issue, gas cutting off on hills. Does anyone have some good instructions on how to replace the fuel pump on a 1998 Mercury Villager 3.0 L? Thanks... HJC
Has anyone been able to solve this problem? I have the same problem with my 2002 Mercury Villager. Please reply if you have had this issue. My email address is email@example.com.
have a 1993 mercury villager. Don't have door key code can't find default code in glove box. Does anyone know what the default code is
Nobody has landed on Mercury. Mercury does not have an atmosphere that can sustain anyone to survive there, even for a short period of time.
The oil filter is located (I can't believe anyone has to ask this one) on the bottom of the engine. Look for it at the right front corner not far from the oil pan drain plug.
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There have been no manned missions to Mercury.
I do not see why anyone should have a problem with that.I do not see why anyone should have a problem with that.I do not see why anyone should have a problem with that.I do not see why anyone should have a problem with that.
nobody ever landed on mercury yet.not even a rocket landed on mercury yet.
May be due to low compression due to bad or burnt valve(s). Do a compression check.
No one human.
1st tell the problem!
No one has every been to Mercury. The furthest man has been is to the Moon. Probes have been sent to Mercury
john William has explored the planet mercury... but no one has been sent out to this planet
No one has ever been to Mercury. It is too hot or to cold to visit.
There has never been a manned mission to Mercury to date.
No. No one has stepped on Mercury, Venus, or any planet aside from Earth.
No, it's too hot.
Doesn't anyone read the owner's manual anymore???? I'm sorry, that one about plugging brake lines still has me fired up. Engine oil capacity including the filter is 4.2 quarts.
I dont know what you are talking about, but I would suggest buying a new one or getting somebody that has some skills with mechanics to look at it.
soak it in Mercury but i strongly suggest you not to because if anyone who handles it then could get Mercury poisoning.
Nobody has yet gone to the planet Mercury as yet, and I do not think that they will send anyone there. As it is hot.
is anyone there?
Nobody has been to mercury because it is far to hot. It is the closest planet to the sun, and is filled with sulfiric acid