20 Most Recent 1994 Mercury Villager Questions & Answers

Check for a wire being broke inside the rubber boot from the body to the door . After years of opening an closing the door they can an do break .
check switch (seems to be working fine) ?????? Did you check for B+ voltage at the switch using a voltmeter ?
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1994 Mercury... | Answered on Sep 13, 2017

on the radiator. Remove the rad cap before draining it.

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 17, 2017

Engine compartment main fuse panel 30 AMP fuse Fuse #4 scroll down and look at this diagram picture on this link. http://www.autogenius.info/mercury-villager-1st-generation-1993-1998-fuse-box-diagram/ caution, this fuse runs power seats, windows and sun roof as well.

Mercury Villager 1st Generation 1993 1998 fuse box diagram Auto Genius

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1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 18, 2015

Also a good check is to see if all the sensors are clean. the air sensor in the intake or what the also cal a mass air fuel sensor MAF can be cleaned . There is also a few hoses running to the throttle body. be sure those has not perished due to the cold.

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Feb 26, 2015

Hi Wendilynn
This will depend on what country you are from and where the car is from also as in the USA the blinker lights are running lights that stay on i do not think you can get red covers for them as then you will have red blinkers and they should be orange, the only way i can think of a work around is, disconnect the wires for the blinkers ( do not know if yours are red or not you did not say ) and swap the wires with the proper blinkers, if however the orange blinker lights that are staying on are your proper blinkers then you should have a permanent live wire going to them, you will have to remove this permanent live wire from them and if they do not have a live feed have an auto electrician fit some wires from the flasher unit to them and that should solve the problem hope you understand what i mean

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015

if you have a series of notches on the pulley then the middle notch of them all is TDC. Point of fact is that the notches represent BTDC ( before TDC ---advanced) and AFTDC ( after TDC-- late firing past TDC). If the engine is starting and running ok then it is not at 30 degrees BTDC or it would not start easily.Each notch probably represents 5 degrees

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Dec 20, 2014

Try starting it in "NEUTRAL" instead of "PARK".

If it starts, then you know it's the "neutral safety switch".


If it DOESN'T start, it might STILL be that switch, or the ignition switch.

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014

i posted the answer on one of your triple posts.
buck up one, and read.
try posting how far into the the proceedure. you got.
eg: offed all the stuff to get pump pulley removed.
then we removed all screws in pump base.
then forgot to smack the pulley base hub with rubber mallet.
unsticking the old gasket. (all do that)

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 30, 2014

screws stuck, if all screws are out.
tap the sides with a rubber mallet smartly.
which engine, we can not guess engines here,
the nissan engine

its just a reg. plane jane pump. the gasket sticks on all .
smack the front pulley base sharply.
do not pry it. or the block engine side will be damaged.

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 30, 2014

what are the steps to remove a water pump on a 1998 buick la sabre 3,8

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 30, 2014

You have it right, the yellow mark is TDC and it's the notch furthest to the left...it e to be set at 15 degrees before TDC, but you have to disconnect the I.A.C sensor to do it.if it's still that far out, you're probably of by a tooth.bring #1 piston to TDC, pull out distributor, turn rotor to #1 on dist cap and put in dist..adjust accordingly. .

1994 Mercury... | Answered on Jun 22, 2014

What marks did it get?

1994 Mercury... | Answered on May 09, 2014

the codes started with 11 i presume they refer to bank 1 &2 oxygen sensor ,follow this link for in depth advice etc
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1994 Mercury... | Answered on Apr 27, 2014

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