You don't as it does not have a cable. You replace the speed sensor instead.
The speed sensor is not expensive and is easy to replace.
the elictronic control sinsor at on a 93 mercury villager
The cam sensor on a 1996 Mercury Villager cost about $35 to $40. The sensor is actually manufactured by a Nissan subsidiary.
There's no need to replace knock sensors, and there was never a 3.6 engine.
The speed sensor is on the top back corner of the transmission housing. It is held down by one screw.
I'm not aware that part was installed on Villagers. It would be on the EGR valve if it was.
TPS usually means throttle position sensor, and it doesn't have a "cable".
the sensor on the 3.3l mucury villager is integrated into the distributor
on my 1999 ford mercury villager its on top of transmission under the van
Unplug the sensor and unscrew it from the exhaust pipe. You'll probably need a special socket to do it without damaging the wires.
No, there is not.
There is no such part.
can you tell me where the knock sensor is located on a 3.3l mercury villager
The speed sensor is at the top rear of the transmission housing.
If you mean the fuel level sensor it's in the fuel tank.
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In a 1998 Mercury Villager, the mass air flow sensor is located in the air intake tube. The air intake tube goes from the air box to the intake.
The camshaft position sensor is an intregal part of the distributor, therefore if the CMP sensor is defective the distributor must be replaced. Have it checked out by a qualified mechanic.
In the engine compartment
It is located in the distributor unit.
That is incorporated with the latch assembly.
Top rear corner of the transmission.
It is under the intake manifold.
remove and reinstall