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2000 Mercury Villager ront end alignment

How much will it cost, is this a front wheel drive car?? I do not have the Estate or Sport, but the basic package.

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It i front wheel drive so you do not need 4 wheel alignment. There is no adjustment for the rear wheels. It should cost $50 to $60. Call a dealer, call a local shop, call Sears. Go to the best deal. Good luck.

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