1999 Mercury Villager Q&A
1999 Mercury Villager Question: no start
If the timing belt is intact and the engine sounds normal when you crank it, it's possible that the ignition coil or the Ignition control module has failed and they're both housed in the distributor. These parts are not replaceable separately from the distributor. If you have power and ground at the distributor and it doesn't create sparks when it's turning, I'd suspect the distributor. Testing is important in diagnosis but I can't really explain the process in this venue. If you want to read diagnostic procedures, there are online resources available. For AllData: http://bit.ly/AllData_Repair_Manuals_Online Here's the one for Mitchell as well: http://bit.ly/mitchell_repair_manuals_online - Superbob
...utten knock sensor. then had no fire comeing from the plugs changed distributor got fire still no start
The distributor shaft bearing can become rusty, and seize causing the engine to stall or not start. The failed distributor will commonly require replacement.
two mechanics and the ford dealer cant tell me whats wrong,I was told to take it to Nissan due to the engine.lots of stuff already replaced,let it sit a little and it will start back up.
My van worked fine yesterday this morning i went to start it it started then died. Now it wont start turns over but wont start. Has fuel
I have a 96 Mercury Villager between 33k and maybe 38k. Nice little van buy my friend drove it one day and when she pulled into the parking lot of her destination that motor seized up & died. The c...