How to Replace Inner Tie Rod Ends in a 1999 Mercury Villager Minivan V6?

Answer Mercury opened for business in 1939, and sat between Ford and Lincoln as Ford Motor Co.'s entry-level luxury lineup. The Villager, which hit the market in the 1993 model year, was Mercury’s first... Read More »

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How to Replace a 1999 Mercury Villager Fuel Filter?

The Mercury Villager is a family-style minivan manufactured as a joint venture between Ford and Nissan. Like all vehicles, the 1999 Mercury Villager requires regular maintenance and upkeep to stay ... Read More »

Where is the gas pump relay switch on a 95 Mercury Villager minivan?

The gas pump, or fuel pump, relay switch on a 1995 Mercury Villager minivan is located behind the glove box. On the Villager's passenger side, remove the glove box to find the relay box and the fue... Read More »

How to Change Headlights on a 1999 Mercury Villager?

The headlights in your 1999 Mercury Villager should be operational at all times. A failed headlight bulb puts you at risk of an accident due to decreased visibility. In most states, you are legally... Read More »

How to Change the Timing Belt on a 1999 Through 2000 3.3 Mercury Villager?

The manufacturer recommends that the timing belt in 1999 through 2000 3.3 Mercury Villager engines be replaced at 105,000-mile intervals. This figure was arrived at after studying the service histo... Read More »