remove wiring plugs
remove part that has the metal tube going to it. It will leak freon if your system is full
there are 4 bolts on the front of the compressor connecting it to the engine, remove them.
lift compressor out.
this is from the top of my head, so sorry if it isn't exact, but will give you an idea. takes about an hour to change for the average person with proper tools.
The brakes on the Villager are as straight forward as the brakes on a 1965 Mercury. Only normal brake tools are required.
two people and an aircompresser and a computer
Torx T 40 socket
This vehicle does not have a bleed valve, it is not needed.
Not needed as the thermostat is on top of the engine on the right.
The speed sensor is not expensive and is easy to replace.
You would need to be more specific with your question. You are not providing enough information to supply a meaningful answer.
There isn't one. The engine sits below the radiator, one is not needed.
There is no Air Compressor on your Sable unless it has air ride. If you are referring to the Air Conditioner Compressor, then know that releasing refrigerant into the atmosphere is illegal. Replacing the compressor is a job for a professional with the proper tools to perform this repair.
To answer this question the voltage of the compressor is needed.
On my '93 Mercury Villager is a T40 Torx it should be the same on your '96 Quest.
you need some oil and you also need to work hard
A pancake compressor is a small, portable air compressor used for home and commercial jobs where a smaller volume of air is needed.
The 1998 Ford/Mercury Villager came equipped in the 3.0L V6. For this application 0W30 and 5W30 are specified for all-season use. 10W40 may result in decreased fuel economy and is not needed for this application. No damage will be sustained if 10W40 is run or used as top-off.
Life cannot exist on Mercury.
It's in the center of the block. Engine disassembly needed. <><><><><> Not certain, but I thought knock sensors were mounted to the head or intake manifold in such a way that they could be replaced without major disassembly.
Torx are almost never used on calipers. I think you will find a 7mm Allen key is needed for that year Mercury. Hard to see as it is covered by a rubber cup.
The compressor is needed for the cooling of the air. This works the same way the compressor of a fridge or a freezer work. It uses the physical principle of a heat pump.
A remanufactured engine for your vehicle would not come with an AC compressor. Your original AC compressor would be reused or replaced with a new or remanufactured compressor if needed.
Engages and disengages the compressor clutch as needed.
A 6 kVA generator could supply a 6 HP compressor motor.
This is not a DIY job. It is illegal to release refrigerant into the atmosphere. Special equipment must be used to purge the system before removing and re-installing the compressor. The new compressor and system must then be charged correctly with refrigerant and oil. Take it to a professional.
A key is needed to enter, lock, and unlock many Mercury Sable cars. A key is also needed to start the engine.
If the compressor is running, either the compressor has an internal fault or the refrigerant has been lost. If the compressor is not running the thermostat or the compressor may have failed. If the compressor is getting hot and switching off at regular intervals, the refrigerant has been lost. In any case a refrigeration engineer visit will be needed to prove the fault.