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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All vehicles that have a tire under the body,
have to be removed and left at home or
put in the vehicle
You can not leave then out in the weather,
to rust away the mounting holes and not be
able to get down when needed.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
SOURCE: I have had a 1995
Unfortunately Ford/Mercury did not issue any recall about the spare tire cable. Here all recalls concerning your van model: 1996 Mercury Villager Recalls.
A good solution would be replacing the spare tire nut and cable. A solution is getting an aftermarket replacement like the one below. That should be safe enough to allow you putting the spare cable back in place under the van without safety concerns. Click on the picture below to open the page.
Or click here.
Note: If the problem is not the spare tire nut and cable but the rod attached to the chassis you will need to carry a welding job to fix a new rod to the chassis. In that case the repair must be done at the garage. If the problem is nut and cable I suggest buying the part shown above or an equivalent.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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