Question about 1993 Mercury Villager
Yes, you have bad solder joints in the circuit borad on the relay in the front control head. There a 4 solder pins that needed to be resoldered. I posted a picture on this site or you can go to our Villager site and follow the directions.
I also repair them for $25 plus shipping. I send you a repaied heater control and then you send me yours back for the next person. You can do this. If not, let me know. I also have a shop manual & wiring diagram for $25. Factory manuals, not Haynes.
The one to the right and 2 below also need solder.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We have a 1997 Mercury Villager. I don't know how different it is from ours. We cannot remove the back seat. We can remove the middle seat and slide the back seat forward. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: heater fan regulation
2002 Grand Caravan. The rear heater also has a resistor for the fan speed control.(3 speed) It is located under the rear passenger side plastic cover. You can take off the rear tail gate lower plastic piece and this will let you pull out the side panel. You can reach in and take out the two screws that hold in the resistor and unhook the wiring adapter. You do not have to take off the whole side panel as you can reach in from the back. The resistor unit can be bought at you local dodge dealer.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
You have air trapped in the system. If you have cold air, warm air, cold air from your heater, then it's air entrapment. Very common these days. Go to a shop that uses vacuum method to refill cooling system & that will purge air.
Otherwise, you can try. Park uphill. cold engine - fill radiator to top with 50/50 mix of antifreeze. leave cap on but loose. fill reservior to 3/4 full. Turn heater to hot to allow coolant to flow through heater core. start engine, run at 1500 rpms until thermostat opens and upper hose is hot. tighten cap and let it cool down. after cool check level of reservoir. fill to top line on reservoir. it should **** coolant back into radiator as it cools down.
repeat if still an issue.
go to yahoo group for villager quest & join owner group for much more help. 2500 members.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you. That is exactly what it was and doing a pressure test we discovered the air was coming in through a microscopic crack in the radiator."
If you have the factory alarm system, you can put your key into either door and lock and unlock the door, that signals the computer to deativate the alarm. If you have an aftermarket alarm system installed, it will have to be removed and the wiring that the alarm ties into must be restored to factory design.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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