right above the oil filter on the transmission side of the filter mount
There is no such part on a Mercury Villager.
Under the edge of the tailgate.
timing belt 98 mercury villager timing belt 98 mercury villager
There is no such thing. The odometer is electrically driven from the PCM via the vehicle speed sensor. If the odometer has failed you need to replace the cluster.
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.
The 1995 Mercury Villager turn signal relay switch is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The turn signal relay switch will be left of the brake pedal.
The alternator is mounted down low on the back side of the engine.
It's part of the range switch on the transmission.
Yes, it should fit.
The BPA valve is located on the rear of the upper intake manifold just opposite the throttle.
On a Mercury Villager ( being a front wheel drive vehicle ) The transaxle ( transmission ) is located in the engine compartment to the drivers side of the engine
do you mean maf sensor if so it is located on top of air cleaner
The 1995 Mercury link connection is located on the bottom of the dashboard. The link connection will be on the passenger side of the dashboard.
No, there is no "adjustment".
Buy a manual.
under the hood, driver's side - attached to the firewall in a tension clip
Front of the transmission.
Powertrain Control Module
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank. Requires dropping fuel tank. fun
Unless you have the CP9190 model which includes several different hook-up cables, it can not be done. Pre-1996 vehicles are equipped with the OBD I system. The connector on the 1995 Villager is located on the transaxle near the starter.