You cant really. I have a 1996 Mercury Villager LS 3.0L. The only thing that you notice is a bit less shakyness when shifting (automatic trans). Also the take off will be more smooth and you will feel like you are gettin more power at high speeds or a WOT (wide open throttle). If you mean physically in overdrive at the shifter, you can't. The quadrant is marked with only "D", "2" and, "1". You must assume that it will shift into overdrive when all conditions are met and the computer allows the trans to shift. If you mean how do you know when the trans has shifted into overdrive, there are two ways. First, count the shifts. For overdrive, there will be three shifts. Or, if yours is equiped with a tachometer, watch it for the shift points.
The Z24 has overdrive, the base models are 3 speed autos
can you tell me where the knock sensor is located on a 3.3l mercury villager
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size you need.
Normally it is not the swaybar itself but the bushings. You have a set of two on each side of the car, an upper and lower. Fairly easy to do. About 8 bucks for each set.
One way would be to take the VIN number to a Ford dealer, they would be able to tell.
A bad ignition switch, on your 1995, Mercury Voyager, will cause the vehicle not to start. In most cases a bad ignition will cause the engine not to turn over.
Look inside the driver side door jam is should tell you tire sizes. If you cannot find it, refer to your owners manual.
IF the computer was really defective, either the car would not run, or there would be a check engine light due to a fault code.
If the timing belt was broken, obviously the engine would not run. If you crank the engine and the distributor does not turn, that would be a good sign.
Go to your local parts house or Walmart, Pepboys, ect. and get trans fluid for a Ford automobile. The bottle will tell you it is for Ford autos.
If it's leaking and squealing, it's bad. If it's not, it's probably OK. It should be changed when you change the timing belt.
You can view the 1997 Mercury Mystique owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuse section starts on page 149 , it has the diagrams and lists )
too much to tell u on-line-there are enough complexities to purchase the service manual- they're about $15 at AutoZone
On a 1997 Ford Expedition : It may not shift into overdrive until you are travelling around 50 MPH (80 Km/H) and you will see the RPM on the tachometer drop. * If the overdrive has been SWITCHED OFF using the switch on the end of the gearshift lever, then OFF will light up near the end of the gearshift lever.
The Temperature of Mercury
Its trying to give you a trouble code to tell you whats wrong with the car. Take it to someone who has a code reader, such as an autoparts store or oilcan Henry's if you have one near you.
Plain and simple the overdrive switch is pmost definitely bad take to a professional if you don't know what your doing,go to a shop that specializes in electrical work NOT THE DEALER,they will tell you your overdrive is burned out.
On a 1996 you will have OBD2 which means a repair shop can hook up a scanner and read codes and tell you exactly what is wrong. That will eliminate the GUESSING and save you money by not installing parts you DO NOT NEED.
It shows that there is a problem with the transmission. Just like the check engine light, the overdrive light has codes that tell you what is wrong with the transmission and the various components connected with it.
what is the Discovery Date for mercury? please someone tell me!!!!!!!!!!!
to tell old people that have a mercury thermometer what the temperature is
to tell you the truth mercury is basically a planet that looks like the the moon.
When the overdrive button is pushed, the overdrive is shut OFF. ======================================================= But if you push the button again the overdrive is allowed , so it would be ON So , if you are on the highway or freeway where the speed is higher just look at the RPM on your tachometer to tell if you are in overdrive because the RPM will be lower
The people at Ford should be able to tell you