Asked by Jul 19, 2016 at 08:41 PM about the 2000 Mercury Villager 4 Dr Sport Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A/c out. I replaced blower motor replaced
resister replaced cabin filter. Air comes out
just not cold air. Tried charging with freeon
it seemed full. What do I do now?

3 Answers


If the compressor is coming on sounds like the orfice tube filter is clogged this is a filter that is in the high side line ( small line ) need a line disconnect tool to separate line and a pair of needle nose pliers to remove filter from inside the line. Utube has videos showing how to remove filter.



There are other possibilities. Is the compressor coming on? If not, there's a cut-off switch sticking right up with a wiring plug on top of it. When those go bad, no a/c. I think there's a scrader valve under it, making replacement easy. You could jumper the wires going to it and see if the pump comes on.

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