The bulb for a 1995 Villager is a 2040-USA, a specialty, black tip halogen. I suspect the 1997 is the same. donsbulbs.com I haven't figure out where to get them yet. The Mercury Villager uses four (4) 2040 bulbs. If you are in Canada you can get them at Canadian Tire stores at a cost of about 8.99 per bulb. If you are in the USA or to order online you can go to a NAPA auto parts store or napaonline.com. The cost there is about $12.99 per bulb. the bulbs last on average 500 hours
You have to remove the instrument cluster to get access to the bulbs.
The instrument cluster needs to be removed to get at the bulbs.
The instrument cluster must be removed to replace the light bulbs on it.
Bulbs burned out? Bad switch in multifunction lever? Bad Hi-Beam relay?
The bulbs screw in from the rear. There are screws holding the light assy on and youhave to take them out to take the light off.
Mercury is used in light bulbs becaus ofv ......
Nope. Incandescent light bulbs contain no mercury. However, fluorescent lights, whether full sized or compact, do contain mercury.
No, not in the filament. You are probably thinking of compact fluorescent light bulbs, which do contain mercury.
Incandescent bulbs are not hazardous. Fluorescent light bulbs contain Mercury which is a hazardous chemical.
You would need to pull out the heater control panel to get at the bulb holders. Some of the bulbs are micro-bulbs that are actually inside switches. Unless you are skilled at disassembling small electronics and soldering small parts, replacing these might not be practical.
How you fix them would depend entirely on what's wrong with them. You'd have to diagnose the problem first, bulbs burned out, blown fuse, bad switch, broken wires, etc.
Yes, and not just because of the glass it is made of. The bulbs have mercury inside of them which can make you ill.
Only if you smoke a lot while reading. Well, apparently fluoresent bulbs have mercury, and if it is vacuumed the mercury can be released into the air. So maybe you can get cancer.
Compact Flourescent Light bulbs do contain mercury and can be dangerous if broken because of this.
As the number of bulbs in a series circuit increases, the current decreases. As the number of bulbs in a parallel circuit increases, the current increases.
old fashioned light bulbs did nothing to the environment but the new energy efficient bulbs contain mercury which is bad for anything that comes in contact with it.
Gas found inside energy saving light bulbs is mercury vapour.
you may have wires crossed if some one has installed a new radio system recentley My Villager did this a couple of years ago. After countless hours in the shop it ended up being the rear taillight. The lead contacts on the bulbs were touching one another and shorting the system.
Mercury is in some thremometers, barometers, light bulbs, batteries, paints and pesticides, among other items.
yes they are dangerous because mercury will melt easily
Yes, all fluorescent lights, including the compact fluorescents contain some amount of mercury. It is a necessary component to make the bulb work and is the reason fluorescent bulbs should not be broken for disposal, but should be sent through a disposal path that bring them to a responsible recycling and disposal organization. Compact fluorescent bulbs, also called energy saver light bulbs, have more mercury than the conventional long fluorescent bulbs, which have been developed in recent years to use less mercury than used to be the case.
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