There is a flat belt that moves the seatbelt holder. This belt has indentations on it that mate with a gear that is driven by the motor. Those indentations tend to wear out and cause the belt to not move or get stuck in the motor gearbox. The motor and gearbox are located at the lower end of the center collumn. If the belt is not moving through the gearbox it does not send the seatbelt holder all the way to the front of the car where a switch is located. If the switch is not activated the motor will not shut off. You need to replace the belt. I replaced the belt on my 93 villager and it is dam expensive about 50 to 80 dollars as I remember. I was mad about that but it was not available at an auto parts dealer and the Mercury dealer was my only choice. Good luck. I replaced twice the plastic pinion located on the electric motor. In both instances, the flat belt was good.
i have a 95 Mercury Villager,,it keeps eating Starters,,except its not the Flywheel,, Just found out that the Flywheel has been Reverseing,,, what would cause that to happin...Help...
By definition a line keeps going forever.
That is the slogan for the Energizer company -- they have a bunny as their mascot, and say "it just keeps on going and going and going ..."
my alarm keeps going of and wont start.
The duration of Love Keeps Going is 1.5 hours.
Automatic updates are sent when Microsoft identifies a problem and has a "patch" to send out. Let the automatic updates continue.
Mercury has no atmosphere and Venus has a thick atmosphere that keeps in heat.
Having a 1997 Mercury Villager, I would say "Yes'. I had some thoughts of a newer car, and I brought it to my mechanic and he said the engine was solid. I've had a few minor things over the past two years (fuel pump, battery, and thermostat) each amounting to no more that $150 in repairs (I have a good mechanic who doesn't overcharge). The car has over 270,000 miles on it and is going strong. It beats car payments any day. I keep the oil, air, and fuel filters changed regularly. I also maintain the many fluids and the car keeps on trucking along.
Try checking the handle on the inside of your slider. I have this problem with my slider. If the slider gets opened from inside the villager the handle sticks amd the slider wont close. I suggest using white lithium grease to help free up any stickyness of the handle. There also a possiblity that you have an item in the track on the slider, check that too.
not somewhere but he keeps them going by encouraging them.
it keeps going and going and going and going no thats^ energizer's
It is a safety feature. It keeps other objects/metals from making contact with a positive current. It may also protect against corrosion. It is not vital to the operation though, so you can do without it.
Energizer keeps going and going.....
the ansewer is not gravity. Gravity is what keeps it around the sun. you see mercury has linear motion, which just means it is going strait. if the sun had no gravity mercury would simply fly past the sun and out of the solar system. Also if mercury had no linar motion it would simply fall strait into the sun. so.. it is the balance of gravity with mercury's linear motion that keeps it in orbit around the sun.
Do you mean "what is an automatic Rifle". Any rifle that keeps firing as long as you hold the trigger down is an automatic rifle. It will only stop when you let go of the trigger or run out of bullets
Pi has no end; it just keeps going and going and going.....
No it keeps going
You are pregnant.
Check Automatic Update and Firewall Services.
Mercury has a led core and Venus has a thicker atmosphere, which keeps more heat in.