Look inside the driver side door jam is should tell you tire sizes. If you cannot find it, refer to your owners manual.
On a 1997 Mercury Villager open the drivers door and on the latch pillar you will see an information sticker that shows the original size tires on the vehicle from the factory
Yes, exactly the same.
A ( 1996 ) Mercury Villager has a ( 75.7 litre / 20.0 US. gallon tank )
After looking at the ( 1996 , 1999 , and 2002 ) Mercury Villager Owner Guides : The fuel tank capacity is ( 20.0 U.S. gallons / 75.7 liters )
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door will be an information sticker that shows the size of the tires on the vehicle from the factory
I just did mine tonight,used a t40
28 in. diameter tires
The correct size is listed on the driver's door post. It is either 205/75-15 or 215/70-15. Both sizes came on this model.
According to the 2001 Mercury Villager Owner Guide : ( 75.7 litres / 20.0 U.S. gallons )
According to the 2001 Mercury Villager Owner Guide : ( 75.7 litres / 20.0 US. gallons )
a size 8
Your correct tire size is on your door sticker.
The 1993 Mercury Villager takes 22" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
Yes, if it's a 15" rim, but that is not a Villager tire size that I am aware.
A 1997 Mercury Sable came stock with size p205/65r15 tires. Taller or shorter tires will cause the speedometer to read incorrectly.
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size you need.
Consult the sticker in the door jamb for the correct tire size.
Tire sizes are on the door jamb sticker.
On my '93 Mercury Villager is a T40 Torx it should be the same on your '96 Quest.
A 97 Mercury Villager should use r134a type freon. The valve size is designed so that the r12 fittings cant accidentally be used.
What Year? Sorry, a mercury capri convertible 1991
16 inch on my 2002 sport (aluminum alloy wheels)