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A common problem with Nissan products, which this van is a Nissan Quest with Mercury trim. There are several small rubber fuel hoses around the intake. When the air temp is cold these hoses can leak and then stop leaking when the air temp warms up. When the air temp is cold, look around the intake with the engine running and you should see one of the hoses wet with fuel. Just tighten the clamp.
I purchased a 93 Villager in 1999 and it developed a gasoline smell inside. The problem was the fuel filler hose / pipe that was covered by a manufacturer's recall. It was repaired by the Mercury dealer at no cost to me. You should contact the local Mercury dealer. This year Villager also had a problem with the crankshaft breaking, although they never had a recall for that problem, the crankshaft diameter was increased for the 94 and newer models.
No, thats not true. Theres no real difference in fuel octane.Sounds like you have a leak at the gas tank some where or the fill tube from the gas cap to the tank is crack , loose or not on right..Hope this helps you and have a great day....
They seldom go bad so don't change until you know for sure. What are symptoms?
for villager/quest help go here
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to static electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result. Refer to Module Servicing Precautions in Section 18-01 . Removal
Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301).
Remove the four console compartment plastic screws or C/D changer cover plastic screws (if equipped) and the console compartment door (045G36) or C/D changer cover.
Remove the plastic screw, two lower screws, two center bolts, two upper screws and the screw at the instrument panel bracket, then separate the glove compartment from the instrument panel (04320). Disconnect the glove compartment striker plate catch electrical connector.
Remove the two passenger side air bag module bracket nuts, the passenger side air bag module bracket bolt and the passenger side air bag module bracket.
Remove the powertrain control module (PCM) electrical connector bolt. Pull the connector from the PCM and position aside.
Remove the two PCM bolts.
Remove the PCM relay.
Remove the three electrical connectors attached to the PCM.
Be sure to ALWAYS have more than 1/4 of gasoline in your tank, this may be caused when having it below that. Also having less than 1/4 could damage your fuel pump wich is an expensive part, so it's good on taking care of it.