Question about Mercury Villager
The car is probably in Limp mode because the ECM has detected a fault in the gearbox. You need to have the error codes read to find out what this error is and only after you know that you can plan what to do to fix it.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
Hi, it is most likely that the clutch master cylinder and/or slave cylinder has went out and it is a good rule of thumb to replace both at the same time to save frustration later on.
A hydraulic clutch system works on the same principle as your brake system. Its very important that after replacing the slave and master cylinder that you properly bleed all air from the hydraulic lines to ensure proper clutch pressure.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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