what is wrong with my mercury villager estate ?

Asked by Dec 14, 2014 at 03:01 PM about the 1999 Mercury Villager 4 Dr Estate Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my mercury villager estate limited edition drove like normal  one morning. i go to drive it in
the afternoon it started  up right away but as i go to give it gas the vehicle ended up going
completely  dead. the next i had tried to start up my vehicle it was trying  to start up but it
did the same thing.

6 Answers

69,545

Check fuel filter and fuel pressure,may be bad fuel pump.

before i go to start it t i can hear the fuel pump turn on. then i try to start it and it cranks several times, then i try to restart again all it does is bogg under 1 rpm then stalls.

69,545

Weak fuel pump,or the fuel filter is stopped up.

69,545

Even thoe you here pump running,doe,s not mean it is pumping right.

I charged my battery and it won't kick over it just makes a click and then silence

10

did you change the pump? and if so did it go away your problem?

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