The turning radius of a Mercury Villager may depend on the year in which it was made. The turning radius is 38.7 feet for vehicles made during the 1993-1998 period.
Sounds like a drive axle half shaft. Have it replaced. Not that expensive.
you have a wheel bearing going out my friend,
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.
Anytime I've ever heard a humming noise when turning the steering wheel on any vehicle,It has always been due to low power steering fluid
1. Large air impact wrench. 2. Fabricate or buy holding tool to keep pulley from turning while you remove nut.
you don't say if it is turning. ??? Replace the starting capacitor.
because something is about to break.
You may be low on brake fluid. If you are low on brake fluid you may be ready for some brake work or you have a leak somewhere in the system, have it checked soon!
could be your wheel bearings
Could be you are low on Power Steering Fluid. My 97 Villager seems to need it every 6-7 months. My van will make noises around corners (or hard steering) even if the level is "full". I fill it to the top and all the noises go away (at least for 6-7 months).
change your wheel bearing!!
With each wheel raised, Use both hands, one at 12 o clock position, another at 6 o clock position of the tire/wheel. Shake it, any movements? Should be none. Another way is, when driving, there is a "humming sound", it will get worse if you turn it to the right, or worse if you turn it to the left. The humming sound will go louder. If humming sound is stronger when turning wheel to left, RIGHT BEARING IS BAD. If humming sound is stronger when turning wheel to right LEFT BEARING IS BAD.
Check and see if your power steering fluid level is low.
when you turn your key and you only hear humming noise, the problem will most likely be that the starter is not engaging the fly wheel, its turning but is not sliding forward to do its job. have the starter check.
Has it been exposed to mercury. Mercury will bind to gold and you have to have a jeweler fix it.
A failing wheel bearing is a likely cause.
Your engine might make a humming noise near the alternator after you shut it down because the fan is still running or because the fuel pump is shutting down. Another cause for the humming noise could be the AC motor turning off.
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.
A gas turning into a liquid is called condensation.
Water evaporates and becomes gas when you boil it.
if you are talking about what form it is it, it becomes less of a liquid and more of a gas (: It becomes less "dense" eventually turning into a gas, as above has stated.
Well yes you would unless in the future they made a suit immune to heat but kid don't go on mercury you will be like ice cream turning to yogurt.
Because the person humming needed to breathe before they could start again.
Try "rocking" back and forth while turning ignition key