My name is Gary and I am a ASE certified master mechanic in both truck and auto. In the past year I have had two 1993 Mercury Villagers with broken crankshafts. The break is about 2 1/2 inches from the front of the crank. You can just replace the crankshaft with a crank kit(http://www.rpmmachine.com/crankshaftkitsnissanmenu.html), but this still requires you to pull the engine and you need some mechanical skills to complete the job correctly. In the two cases I had, it was cheaper to replace the engine with a low mileage used engine. I used engines out of two 1995 Nissan Pathfinders. The cost was about $500 for the engine and you have to strip it down to the block and heads and change over all the components. This is a lot of work, but if you have the capabilities it will save you a lot of money.
To replace the ignition fuse on a 1995 Mercury Villager, use a fuse puller to remove the appropriate fuse. Then replace broken fuse with one of the same amperage.
There is no fixing a broken motor mount. Replace them with a new ones.
A couple thing come to mind. Broken timing belt, broken camshaft, broken distributor shaft. Are you seeing the trend here?? I think your engine is BROKEN.
A broken hose, most likely.
There is a tool made for that specific problem. Check with your local parts house.
If the timing belt was broken, obviously the engine would not run. If you crank the engine and the distributor does not turn, that would be a good sign.
You don't. Buy new or good used seat belts. Don't try to fix them if they are not working.
"Stuck" brake lights indicate that the brake light switch on the brake pedal is broken. It should be replaced.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TURN THE ENGINE OVER IF YOU SUSPECT A BROKEN TIMING BELT !!!!!! If you have, you already have more problems than a broken timing belt. Remove the upper timing belt cover and physically look at the timing belt.
because you will do major damage to valves and pistons. they will all need replacing . or at worst engine replacing
There are multiple causes. The simplest is usually a loose or defective fuel cap. Any loose or broken hose in the evaporative emission system can cause it as well.
By replacing it.