Question about 1993 Mercury Villager
For 93 villagers, check for clugged EGR and PCV valve. 93 does not have the rubber piece that many posting suggested to check for other year models. Both PCV and EGR are hard to get to without proper lift and tools so I recommend to have a mechanic fix it for you. If the computer code turns out to be EGR, most repair shop would also want to replace the entire EGR when only cleaning up the carbon build-up within is needed. Of course, get a good tune up will always help anyway, new plugs, wireset ( if needed) , rotor and rotor cap.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
When was the last time you had a tune up done and I mean spark plugs wires fuel filter and new drive belt ?
also check if any vacuum hoses are off the engine the one behind the throttle body look for that one
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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