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2000 Mercury Villager Reviews and Owner Comments

 
2000 Mercury Villager
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2000 Mercury Villager Owner Reviews (7 reviews)
  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    Visitor, Fort Lauderdale, FL, September 02, 2012 14:40
    my a/c compressor stay on at all the time even when the switch is off
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    USMA82, Hamden, CT, August 04, 2012 11:42
     Enthusiast
    I've had my van since new. I currently have 159,000 miles on it. The engine has been bulllet proof. Only negative with this car is it tends to go through front brakes every 15K miles. Front rotors also tend to warp to easily too. Another problem is that the front A/C - Heater fan speed resistor tends to burn out every year or so. Major repairs (other than normal maintenance) include: CV Shafts (LH 2x and RH 1x) Rear O2 sensor Engine Distributor (only time car left me strained on the road). Motor mounts (all 4) Lower Ball Joints A/C - Heater Fan Speed resistor
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    Visitor, Ypsilanti, MI, May 16, 2011 07:57
    I have had my 2000 villager for four years and i love it except for the fact the the brace for the motor broke off and took a piece of the frame with it. now it just sits in the drive with a jack unde the motor
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    SloMojo, Cincinnati, OH, March 11, 2011 09:59
     Rookie
    I just bought this 2000 Villager and so far everything is great the side door on passenger side needs a handle but I got it for 4200.00 financed so I didnt do to bad,I will never EVER own a Dodge again the Caravans in the 90s have many problems that should have been recalled but they took the easy way out and let it go.little shimmy on passenger side after 65mph but im gonna have that fixxed and I will repost what it was I beleive its a ball joint going bad thats what it feels like...Very very confy love it hopefully it will last me a couple years.
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    Visitor, Hattiesburg, MS, November 15, 2010 07:01
    I just bought this car with 168k miles and so far it is the most comfortable car I have driven. Good on milage. My van also has a little shake on 65mph. I did not take it to any shop yet, so I do not know what it is. Another auto center told me that the van needs some service on transmission because the fluid is turning light. Everything is working except the A/C and Heat. A/C needs to be replaced and the heating is not blowing warm air. It also does not blow any air to windshild. Last thing that is calling my attention is a little smell of burning rubber coming from the front brakes when I got home. Despite of those problems I am very glad with this car.
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    Visitor, Columbia, KY, July 28, 2010 19:30
    have driven this van 95000 miles no problems at all except now it is rusting under doors , very reliable this is the only problem and they tell me fixing it will only help for maybe a year that it will keep on rusting. any suggestions?
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  • 2000 Mercury Villager
    Visitor, Carson, CA, July 03, 2010 12:41
    Obviously, I have had few problems with this van. It is roomy and comfortable. I am able to carry all the stuff I need to haul. My only vexing problem, after about 130,000 miles, is a shimmy at 65 MPH plus on the freeway. Not dangerous, not getting worse, and not getting better. I have had the front end serviced, replaced parts, tires rotated,spin balanced. But, nothing has worked. Any suggestions on how tho fix the problem will give you good karma. I will appreciate it, too!
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