Question about Mercury Villager
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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