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would like to know where the speedometer sensors are on a 1999 villager
A Villager, like most cars, has only one fuel filter.
simple, its a product of ford motor company
I would like to answer that but I don't know what a "moniford" is.
This is not possible on a modern vehicle like the Villager.
The TPS is located on the back side of the throttle body. Like all other sensors on the Villager, hard to see, almost impossible to get at to replace. I would suggest obtaining a repair manual at your local parts store.
Generally, Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles use Mercon ATF. For your 1993 Mercury Villager, use Mercon IV or Mercon V automatic transmission fluid. The additives in IV and V supercede any and all of the additives that are in the previous Mercon ATFs that may have previously been recommended for use in your vehicle. Hope this helps! Unsure of validity of above statements. The Mercury Villager is NOT a Ford vehicle. While it might look like a Ford Windstar, it is actually a Nissan (Quest, I believe). Mercon Transmission fluid is not suitable for most Asian cars.
It's in the fuel tank, like virtually all modern vehicles.
Sounds like a drive axle half shaft. Have it replaced. Not that expensive.
That's how they work! There's a sensor on the front part of your dashboard. It'll look like a little black bump.
Sounds like you have a bad Vehicle Speed Sensor.