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My 94 mercury villager overheats i checked the coolant level i checked for leaks and evrything is ok i wonder where is the probem

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Is your vehicle over heating after you start it and run it for a short time, or doe's it take more time for it to over heat. > it could be your thermostat, thermostats are normally the 1st thing that people should check due to over heating problems on their vehicles, also check the top and lower radiator and the heater hoses to make sure that they are not collapsing, then i would check the coolant temperature sensor, it is normally located on top of the intake manifold , or close to the thermostat housing, also check your electric fan to make sure it is operating correctly, once a engines normal operating temperature has been reached, the fan will kick on in order to keep the engine from overheating, hope that this information has helped you.

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Hi I have a 93 mercury villager mechanic replaced water pump and belts but dnt think thy timed it wen I picked it was thn wen I brought it it first gt hot again then was driving engine shut down


Before entirely blaming the village mechanic I would guess the water pump was probably not the only thing wrong and either the failing water pump caused another fault, made another existing fault worse or perhaps wasn't the original fault causing the symptoms.

Water pumps are very reliable and mostly only two things go wrong; either the bearing begins to fail and becomes noisy or the seal wears out and they begin to leak. Mostly these two things happen together but neither prevents the pump from pumping as long as the coolant level is kept topped up and so overheating and other symptoms cannot directly be caused by the water pump.
There have been a few isolated cases of the pump impeller falling off but that is very rare and something I have seen only once in forty years.

If a leaky pump caused the coolant level to fall significantly the engine could overheat and it is that overheating that tends to cause subsequent symptoms that need further diagnosis.
Overheating can shift large quantities of sediment from the engine block which can block a radiator. Overheating can damage thermostats, sensors and cylinder head gaskets. A damaged cylinder head gasket can soon cause lots more symptoms and eventually write-off and engine.

It is possible your village mechanic didn't time the engine correctly but on the face of things all he is guilty of is not testing the car thoroughly enough after his repair. Often this is caused by a lack of good communication between the owner and repairer.

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2002 Mercury Villager keeps overheating. What else can it be or be done?


Exhaust Converter Blocked ?

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coolant or radiator fill

Your down to a head gasket or a crack somewhere

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Timing Belt worn or jumped ?

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I got a 2000 mercury villager top radiator hose is hot bottom one is cold why


dfepending on how longh you let it run. the flow may be restricted or stopped-up altogether. what about the heater hose and coolant level

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Mercury Villager 94 displays Low Oil Level


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Engine overheat and oils spots under the car this 2000 sable has only 50K miles and the engine overheats, coolant levels are ok, no leaks (coolant), there is also an oil leak 3 or 4 drops overnight as far...


Have the cooling system flushed and replace thermostat. For oil leak try some oil stop leak from auto store, they work on small leaks( will take a couple of days to work).

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I have a 1995 mercury villager that i just purchased used. is it nornal for the heater to stop running hot, turns cold when i come to a red light?


check the coolant level in the radiator,not the overflow tank do this with the engine cold, then start engine and refill, this is the most likely cause. Hope this helps Thanks Ray Please rate my fix

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I have a 2001 mercury villager that overheats. I replaced the fan assembly and the thermostat. The radiator is fine. What else could be causing the van to overheat?


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.

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The heat does not work in my 94 merc. villager, it won't even blow air period for that matter, but it seems to have power running to it any suggestions?


check all fuses and the antifreeze level and check the condition of the drivebelt and make sure the thermastat is not sticking

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