Last post on Oct 23, 2006 at 1:23 AM
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Nissan Quest, Mercury Villager, Van
#1944 of 2519 Re: Speedometer malfunction [crit2]
Jul 20, 2005 (3:46 pm)
Ok I need some help here. Not only is my speedometer not working on my 2000 mercury villager but i took it to a friend who put it on the computer and my speed sensor is bad ah duh that is why it doesnt work and a bad knock sensor. Now this is all greek to me. I have had many problems since we have bought this used 2 years ago and my warranty is up (of course) and I have no idea what to do. My gas pedal sticks, brakes have gone out on me twice and have has issues with the ABS system. I have put so much into this and I am like most people tight on cash. Anyone know what I am goin through?
#1945 of 2519 2000 Mercury Villager Cruise Control Problems
Jul 22, 2005 (10:13 am)
I recently purchased a used 2000 Mercury Villager and the Cruise Control does not work. I looked at it and it is definately different from any cruise control I have ever seem. All of the relays are internal and the vaccum tank is seperate from the main unit. I have been unable to find any wiring diagrams which specifically show the electrical circuits associated with the cruise control unit. Any ideas? or troubleshooting ideas. Thanks
#1946 of 2519 Re: Speedometer malfunction [michjoy]
Jul 22, 2005 (10:26 am)
You need to find some electrical wiring diagrams specifically for your 2000 Villager. It is a different bird from previous models and has some different wiring than you would expect. Buy some heavy duty brake pads that has good heat dissipation. Also replace both front and rear brakes at the some time. Lubricate your gas pedal linkage with WD-40 both inside the vehicle and under the hood. Also check to see if the spring that returns your pedal to its normal position is broken or weak. It is located on the engine. Knock sensors do not typically fail, they just get covered with carbon. So remove the sensor and clean it. Good luck
Jul 22, 2005 (8:04 pm)
Our 2002 Villager has a bad vibration upon braking. I pulled the front wheels today to take a look it. The pads have a lot of life left, and the rotors 'look' fine.
They don't cost much, so I think I'll put some new rotors on.
Seems rotors can't be re surfaced like they could 20 years ago.
I see two Torx bolts on the back of the calipers.
My question is: what is holding on the rotor?
Do I need to remove the wheel bearing bolt?
Any advice appreciated, I don't have a manual for the van.
#1948 of 2519 Can anyone help me with obtaining a remote program sequence?
Jul 22, 2005 (8:39 pm)
I just purchased a used 1999 Mercury Villager Estate. The vehicle only came with one remote control, so today I visited the local Lin. Merc. Dealer and bought a 2nd remote. The mechanic's however could not program the remote, even after several tries. What the did was put the key in and out of the ignition 6 times and then said they were to hit the unlock or lock button to program it. However after several attempts, the remote still remains unprogrammed and unusable. Is there anyone out there that might know the correct way to program this remote? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Ü
#1949 of 2519 Re: Can anyone help me with obtaining a remote program sequence? [buggles57]
Jul 23, 2005 (3:44 am)
1) While inside the vehicle, close and lock all the doors.
2) Insert and remove the key from the ignition at least 6 times within 10 seconds to enter the programming mode. The parking lamps will flash to indicate that the programming mode has been entered.
3) Turn the key to the accessory position. All previous key codes will now be erased.
4) Press any button on the remote transmitter once. The parking lamps will flash twice to acknowledge acceptance.
5) to enter additional remote transmitters, unlock and then lock the driver side door using the master window/door lock/unlock switch.
6) Press any button on the additional transmitters. The parking lamps will flash twice to acknowledge acceptance.
7) Open the driver door to exit the programming mode; the parking lamps will flash twice to confirm exiting the programming mode.
Good luck! Report back if this works.
#1950 of 2519 Re: Front Brakes [scottmsimpson]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jul 23, 2005 (9:31 am)
It's been a few months since I had mine off my '99 Quest, but once you remove the Torx bolts and move the caliper out of the way (C-clamping the piston), the rotor will slip right off. Ok, it may take some gentle nudging with a mallet. You don't need to remove the wheel bearing bolt.
Most rotors can still be turned once I think, but it may not be cost effective.
Try a Search This Discussion in here too.
#1951 of 2519 1997 Villager Trans trouble???
Jul 25, 2005 (6:18 pm)
I purchased a 1997 Mercury Villager with 130,000kms but there is a problem...While driving there's a 'thump' as if I hit an invisible bump in the road..Transmission code 0745 comes up, and the 'Service Engine' light is constantly on...Please HELP!!
Jul 26, 2005 (11:29 am)
I have a Nissan Quest 2001 and i would like to know if i can put 17 or 18inch rims from a Maxima or Altima on it. Want to stay stock Nissan if possible.
#1953 of 2519 Re: My 94 Villager has a broken proportioning valve [jblake3]
Jul 27, 2005 (7:20 pm)
Went to Brakes Plus. Super helpful. My rear brakes were fine. what was broken was a rod that
attaches to the proportioning valve that senses the weight of the load I'm carrying and adjusts rear braking accordingly. The mechanic at Mercury dealer saw that part was broken and probabily assumed I had no rear brakes.
For $21.50 brakes plus cleaned up the brake dust, adjusted the rear brakes, and saved me $360.00.
on the cost of parts and labor for a new proportional valve.
Thank you brakes plus!!!