Question about 2001 Mercury Villager
Bypass the starter motor, see the diagram, with this you will have a differente view of your problem
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Posted on Jul 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not saying this for sure, but I had the same problem, and i have a 1994 xr7 V6 3.8 L , and all u need to do is set the idle down manually because your computer could have seen that the injector was stuck open, and tried to turn up idle to keep up with the amount of fuel being pumped, worth a shot :P
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Had the same problem, car was misfiring on cylinder 3 and 4. replaced wires, plugs, and ignition coil. still misfired on the same cynlinders. turned out the main engine wiring harness plug in was coming loose. spent well over $150 on the unneccesary repairs and ultimately fixed the problem wit a $3 bag of wire ties to hold the plug in...
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
See if you can get the codes. If it is still number 4 only (probably a P0304) it could be the fuel flow through injector 4. Try some Techron cleaner and make sure number 4 plug isn't fouled. Also get the compression checked on number 4.
If not, it could be the ignition control module assuming all other changes have been made. If you get a code it will help. A P0300 would point toward the ICM. If it is number 4 only it could still be the ICM. Expect around $150 for the module if you do it yourself. The ICM may be under the coil pack. If you are getting a P1361 and/or P1362 it could be the Cam position sensor. They are around $40 and are usually near the number one cylinder. Mine is hiding under the water pump pulley. It is a Buick with the 3.8 engine but the principal is the same.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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