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.
where is the PCM located on Mercury Villager 97
Shift solenoids are inside the transmission, and require disassembly of the transmission to replace.
The fuel pump is in the tank, and the tank must be removed to access it.
There is no such device on a '97 villager.
A 97 Mercury Villager should use r134a type freon. The valve size is designed so that the r12 fittings cant accidentally be used.
Go to a Ford dealer.
There is only the speed sensor and the range switch.
Under dash behind glovebox assembly.
Under the dash, left side, and in the engine compartment.
97 Villager uses timing belt on their 3.0 engine same as Nissan Quest.
It's on the top rear corner of the transmission.
In the 1997 Mercury Villager, the Transmission fluid dipstick is located on the driver's side of the engine just in front of and below the master cylinder/brake fluid check. The 97 Villager has a bulbous knob on top with no indication that it is the Transmission fluid.
how to change spark plugs on a 97 mercury mountaineer
Have your cat converter checked out.
how do you get to and replace the wiper moter on a 97 marquis
The only "sensors" on the transmission are the speed sensor at the top in back, and the range switch on the front.
It's located on the back side of the intake manifold. It's screwed into the manifold.
Technically two. Front and rear. There are two more mounts attached to the transaxle.
To let the PCM know that the engine is warm enough for closed loop mode.
The distributor has only one plug and one screw. You should note the position of the adjustment slot and the exact position of the rotor, and make sure the new one is put in exactly the same.
check the contacts on the brake light bulbs correspond with the terminals in the holder, eg not a single contact bulb in a double contact holder
Yahoo Groups has a very helpful group; villagerquest. It is here you find the answer(s).
There isn't one. The engine sits below the radiator, one is not needed.