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Where is the transaxle breather hose connected at from start to finish, please show diagram. 1999 mercury villager 3.3 engine.

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It just hangs on a clip on the air itnake tube. Just strap it there. It's just a vent hose.

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1999 mercury villager front drivers side brake caliber locks up replaced caliper and rotor already

Could be collapsed rubber brake hose on drivers front brake. Inside of hose has collapsed like a flap gate and brake fluid can not return to master.

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Code 0300 2000 Mercury Villager

Camshaft position sensor causing random misfire. Stuck EGR valve or clogged EGR ports.

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Mar 30, 2013 | 2000 Mercury Villager

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I have a 99 mercury villager, getting a 0340 code. it says its for a crankshaft sensor but vehicle doesn't have one. What does this code mean?

Hi, code 340 is for the camshaft sensor. Below is a test you can run to check the sensor. The PCM is above the glovebox. Do not disconnect or remove the PCM. Just remove the glove box and probe the back of the connector to access the pins indicated in the cam sensor test. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

1999-00 Vehicles

On 1999-00 vehicles, the camshaft position sensor must be checked with the engine running. If a no start condition is encountered, observe the MIL. With the ignition switch on and the engine off, the MIL should be illuminated. If the camshaft position sensor is functioning, the MIL should go out when cranking the engine.
  1. Run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature. Leave the engine running.
  2. Using a voltmeter set to the DC range, connect the negative lead of a voltmeter lead to the negative battery terminal or chassis ground.
  3. Connect the positive voltmeter lead to the back of the PCM electrical connector in terminal 44.
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  1. Observe the voltmeter reading. The reading should be 0.3-0.5 volts.
  2. Disconnect the positive voltmeter lead from terminal 44, and connect it to terminal 49.
  3. Observe the voltmeter reading. The reading should be approximately 2.5 volts.
  4. Perform steps 3 through 6 with the engine at 2,000 rpm with the transaxle in park. The voltage readings should be the same.
  5. If the observed voltages are not within specifications, the sensor may be faulty.

The camshaft position sensor is part of the distributor assembly, and must be replaced as a unit. Please refer to Engine Electrical, Distributor Ignition System, Distributor, Removal and Installation for the procedure.

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Where is the fuel filter on a 1997 mercury villager located and how did change it

  • Relieve the pressure in the fuel system by first removing the engine compartment relay panel cover on the left side. Then, remove the fuel pump relay from the relay pane and start the engine. Let it idle until it stalls, and then crank the engine for about 5 seconds to make sure the pressure was released. Turn the ignition off.

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    Disconnect the negative battery cable. Raise and support the Mercury Villager. Remove the fuel hose clamps, and then disconnect and plug the hoses to prevent them from leaking fuel. Take the fuel filter out of the bracket.

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    Install the new filter in the bracket with the arrow pointing toward the engin in direction that fuel flows through the system. Connect the fuel hoses to the new filter. Put on the hose clamps and tighten them. Make sure they are properly tightened so there are no fuel leaks, and that pressure is maintained at about 36 in-lbs.

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    Lower the vehicle and reconnect the negative battery cable. Start the engine of your Mercury Villager, and check for leaks. Make repairs if necessary.

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    1999 Villager: my 1999 mercury villager wont start,it turns over ...

    Probably a bad distributor. The cam sensor and optical sensor are under the slotted wheel and when the bearing goes, it gets brown dust on the optical sensor. Temp fix is to clean the optical sensor, but you will need a reman distributor, $200 on ebay. 1999 was famous for this issue.
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    May 18, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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    I have a 1999 mercury villager that has a slight misfire P303

    First clean the MAF sensor with carb cleaner several times with spray.

    Then spray short bursts around intake manifold connections to see if idle flares up. That is where leak is.

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    Apr 23, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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    Belt question

    You should clarify which engine it is, and you can look under the hood near the radiator for the serpentine belt instillation diagram that is on a sticker. Rick

    Apr 16, 2009 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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    How can i replace it?

    it's usually called the trans mount cause that's what's on that side.

    Section 02-03: Engine and Transaxle Mounting 1997 Villager Workshop Manual
    REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Support Insulator, Front Transaxle Removal
    1. Remove the battery (10655). Refer to Section 14-01 for the removal procedure.
    2. Remove the Engine Air Cleaner (ACL) (9600). Refer to Section 03-12 for the removal procedure.
    3. Remove the radiator coolant recovery reservoir (8A080). Refer to Section 03-03 for the removal procedure.
    4. Remove the battery tray (10732). Refer to Section 14-01 for the removal procedure.
    5. Support the transaxle with a floor jack.
    6. Remove the front transaxle support insulator through bolt and nut.
    7. Remove the three front transaxle support insulator bolts and the front transaxle support insulator.
    Support Insulator, Rear Transaxle Removal
    1. Remove the rear transaxle support bracket. Refer to the procedure in this section.
    1. Raise and support the vehicle.
    1. Remove the three rear transaxle support insulator nuts.

    1. Lower the vehicle.
    1. Remove the rear transaxle support insulator from the vehicle.

    Mar 29, 2009 | 1997 Mercury Villager

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