Standard brake removal and installation.
Tools required: Jack and jack stands Tire iron Socket set with 'Torx' or 'star-drive' bits. Screwdrivers C-Clamp (or something to push the caliper back in) band-aids and neosporin.
Procedure overview: Remove cap from brake fluid reservoir, block rear tires, loosen (but don't remove) lug nuts, jack up the car and place jack stands for safety (you don't want 3,000+ lbs. of van landing on you). Remove lug nuts and wheels. Remove the caliper mounting bolts and detach the caliper from the steering knuckle. Use C-clamp to push the piston into the caliper. Use a screwdriver to remove the old pads. Installation is the reverse of removal. When done, step on the brake pedal a few times, and check brake fluid level, filling as necessary.
The front wiper arms on a 1997 Mercury Villager clip off once they are bent backwards. To install the new wipers simply slide them into the clip.
It would be to your advantage to take your car to a Brake Repair Shop if you have to ask that question brakes are not something you should do if you do not have the skill, WBMS
The distributor in a Mercury Villager is the round thing at the front of the engine with the six spark plug wires attached to it.
Front wheel drive
Bottom front of engine.
In front of the engine, down in the "V".
It is on the front of the engine on the end of the crankshaft.
At the front of the motor attached to the engine cradle.
On the front of the engine in the center of the "V".
On a Mercury Villager ( being a front wheel drive vehicle ) The transaxle ( transmission ) is located in the engine compartment to the drivers side of the engine
On a Mercury Villager , V6 engine : firewall 1-----3-----5 2-----4-----6 front of vehicle > driver
The 1993 Mercury Villager takes 22" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.