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76039

RichPorter Distributor

I can't remember who it was in Hawaii that wanted to try my NS60 distributor, but I found it. Please email me at gbissi@... with your address and I will
Gerry
6:27 AM
#76039
 
76038

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

I have a wiring pigtail kit if the terminals in the connector are overheated. You can also add an extra ground wire to the sheet metal and splice it into the
Gerry
Feb 5
#76038
 
76037

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Try supplying an extra ground to the non working headlight. Sometimes the ground gets corroded and there's a poor connection
bensonchuong
Feb 4
#76037
 
76036

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

You need the 10 pin LCM then,  Here is the file from our Lighting File.  You can search by the Ford Part number or Nissan part number on eBay and Amazon.
Gerry
Feb 4
#76036
 
76035

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Gerry IS the man.  He works for Ford Motors and was involved with the Villager/Quest development program.  It is no accident that he knows our vans. To
Gregory Bjorgum
Feb 4
#76035
 
76034

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Gerry, you seem to be the man around here. I added the info above that my Quest is a 99 GXE, but I notice it takes some time for new replies to appear--I know
sethspoel
Feb 4
#76034
 
76033

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Well, Yahoo seems to have eaten my reply, so I'll try again--apologies for duplicate posting if that's what happens :( Anyway, by getto wire, I mean simply tap
sethspoel
Feb 3
#76033
 
76032

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

LOL, by getto wire, I mean tap into the wires of the working headlight and run wires across the engine bay and splicing into the non-functioning headlight,
sethspoel
Feb 3
#76032
 
76031

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

I forgot to add, so I look less like a moron, that my Quest is a 99' GXE.
sethspoel
Feb 3
#76031
 
76030

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

99-02 uses the LCM.  93-98 use relays under the hood on the fender aprons.  Left relay operates right headlamp, left relay operates right headlamp.  What
Gerry
Feb 3
#76030
 
76029

Re: Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Re your headlight issue. I had a similar, but not exactly the same, issue as you with my 97V headlights and it was a relay problem. By the way I'm not
John Delaney
Feb 3
#76029
 
76028

Distributor or vacuum leak? LCM?

Yeah I know it's always the distributor, but I replaced two injectors first so it runs on all the cylinders, most of the time. When it's hot or under load at
sethspoel
Feb 3
#76028
 
76027

Re: Power Locks - 1996 Villager

The grease that gets hard is inside the actuator, you have to break the case apart to see the inside.  I will sell you one of my new ones for $45 and you can
Gerry
Feb 2
#76027
 
76026

Re: Power Locks - 1996 Villager

I'd try a wrecking yard for used parts, especially if parts from a newer Villager/Quest will fit the 1996. I know it can be hit-or-miss, but I've found nearly
Eric Wiggin
Feb 2
#76026
 
76025

Re: Power Locks - 1996 Villager

I replaced the main switch in the driver side door...the one with the two power window buttons on it. This was a brand new part I installed. I hear the
kratebiker
Feb 2
#76025
 
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