probably a bad water pump................
Because gas fumes are coming out and you're smelling them.
Cause the gas tank houses the (prepare yourself for this one) gas!
In the 1.8 Update. Or so Notch says...
Did you put the thermostat in backwards? I would check to see where the steam is coming from. I had to change out small hoses for the same problem with mine.
Is it a "whistling" or a high pitched squeeling sound? If squeeling, it could be the signal that the front brake pads are in need of replacement.
Where is the speed sensor on a 1995 Mercury Villager I just changed mine and it is located on the top right side of the tranny. There will probably be a pair of wires and/or a speedo cable coming out of it. The vehicle needs to be raised to remove it. If you have a lift, even better, but make sure you properly raise and support it for your own safety. A single bolt holds it in, and the body of the sensor may need to be heated for removal. Good luck my friend.
If the noise is coming from the fuel tank, I would say the pump is wearing out and you should budget for its replacement.
Probably the CV joint on the drive axle. Have it replaced before it drops out from under the car.
appearance, reappearance, coming, replacement, reaction
heater core needs replacement
By interpreting the signals coming from our ears and comparing that to earlier experiences.
If oil is really blowing out to your air filter, it indicates a severe blow-by problem, most likely due to significant wear on the piston rings and cylinder bores. The only way to fix this is to rebuild or replace the engine.
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hi, the fuel filter is located just under the brake fluid container next to the master cylinder. the filter is not expensive and is very easy to change, i know because i have done it to my 95 villager. you out... standing in front of car looking at engine, it is on the right side on firewall. big silver cylinder with rubber line coming out of top and bottom. walmart i think carries them.
I had this issue over the winter....had a mechanic tell I needed to take the blower fan out and clean it. Apparently some mice built themselves a home in my fan. The smell is likely the fan burning up because it is trying too hard to work.
This tells you that, because Mercury is very cratered, it must have no protection against the asteroids coming in. So, it is basically telling you that Mercury has a very thin atmosphere
You cannot stop an oil leak without knowing what is leaking. Take your car to one of those car-wash places that steam cleans engines. Clean the motor right down, you should now be able to locate your leak easily.
The leak is most likely coming from the heater core or a heater hose near the fire wall.
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A code 111 on a 1994 Mercury Sable is a KOER code. This specific code means that no other codes are coming up on the vehicle.
Need new brake pads
I would say you have a fuel leak. It can be at the fuel rail or any of the injectors or connections. This is a very dangerous situation. Have this repaired ASAP. A very slow leaking fuel system will not set the check engine light. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info
the egr valve is located on the intake manifold- next to the throttle cable. it looks like a ufo, has one wire coming out of the center. go to autozone ask to see the replacement and you will have no problem finding it. It cost $40 at auto zone . make sure you get the gasket w it.
One of the lines is leaking or a hole has developed in the top of the tank. Time for a replacement.