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71587
lots of stuff for 94 quest Hi, I joined the group years ago and 95 Quest GXE finally died last year. I have a bunch of old parts. I have two, back- seat captains chairs ( grey) in
pkgiller
10:37 AM
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71586
Re: 2000 Villager Estate Heater Core Removal Procedure sent direct to you for 2000 V.  If you want to buy your shop & wiring manual, it's $15 plus $7 for shipping media mail.   Gerry On Friday, April
Gerry
5:31 PM
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2000 Villager Estate Heater Core Removal To Jerry and Others- First I have followed this site for a number of years..had a 1996 Villager GS which was totaled in Feb. 2013. The GS had 250,000 plus
hfobrien
4:08 PM
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Re: 93 radio queestion You can always cut the radio sections from a used van with sa On Wednesday, April 16, 2014 11:38 PM, Shiva wrote:   On 4/17/2014 3:34
Gerry
Apr 17
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Re: Tune up time I would remove the distributor cap and check it and the rotor and also remove the cover plate over the pick-up and look for any signs the bearing may be going.
RP
Apr 17
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Re: Tune up time I would not change the wires until you get arcing on the intake manifold.   Gerry On Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:55 PM, "andrewnds@..."
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: 93 radio queestion ... i was hoping the harness had a connector somewhere other than what plugs into the radio.. I got several 93-94 in pick and pull yard here, and was wanting
Shiva
Apr 16
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Re: 93 radio queestion What is it that you need.  I have a 14401 for one version of Villager 14401.  There are several for each year depending on option content.  I got it for $50
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: Rear Valve Cover No ,that will drain enough coolant.   Run engine at 2500 rpms to burp air bubbles with cap loose.   Replace the small fuel hoses and clamps too.  To fuel
Gerry
Apr 16
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Rear Valve Cover Getting ready to do the rear valve cover over Easter (Quest, 1995, 180,000). I have a few questions: 1. I will drain radiator and lower radiator hose, but do
laurrie22
Apr 16
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71577
Tune up time So since the weather here is beginning to finally warm up somewhat it's time to do my usual maintenance to my cars aside from the typical oil change stuff. On
andrewnds
Apr 16
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Re: 93 radio queestion ... thanks....grrrrrr
Shiva
Apr 16
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Re: 93 radio queestion There is not a radio jumper harness as far as I know.  The radio connectors are direct from the 14401 main dash harness.   Gerry On Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: AC Charging with cans 3 or 4 cans a year is a big leak. Have you tried adding a can of R134 with leak sealer or leak sealer by itself? I use that whenever I'm adding to a system
Freed
Apr 16
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Re: Front heater blower motor is not working The EATC sysem uses a blower motor speed controller in place of the resistor pack. It is under the dash, passenger side, about 4 inches square I think.  Get
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: Removal of the AC idler pulley I believe there is a jack screw that has to be loosened to relieve tension.   Gerry. Mine is 12mm.  98V   Gerry On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 3:17 PM, Gregory
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: AC Charging with cans You can charge using the low side with cans.  Everybody does it.  Add a can at a time and wait 5 mintues for pressure to stabilize before adding the next
Gerry
Apr 16
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Re: AC Charging with cans I add 3 or 4 12oz cans per year, into the L port. Takes about 20 minutes per can, engine running, AC & fans on max, windows open. I know I need to add when the
rishimoto
Apr 15
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93 radio queestion Gerry, how far back if there is, a plug connector for the radio harness where it plugs into the main system... mine has been butchered a bit and was hoping it
Shiva
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans Hi, I personally would give up on trying to charge these systems with cans. The reason is it is nearly impossible to get the pressures and amount/ratio of oil
Steven Glasgow
Apr 15
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Wanted: Grandma's Garage 95 Villager Hi Group, We all notice these vans, so I was hoping someone might think to notify me if they see what I am looking for. I am Looking for a Red/Silver 1995
turbovillager
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans There is no problem using 12oz cans to fill the ac. I've done it, of course from the low side. If you're charging an empty system it might be faster to do it
Freed
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans Hello Billy & Group, OK…..your mention of the “ 30 lbs “ of pressure was the missing element. Since you have “ some “ pressure “ that means you
Treece, Jeff
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans I charged my 98V GS with rear air using cans. IIRC, total capacity on mine is 52 ounces. I identified the proper oil type and added up one of those with other
autoguy
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans Mercury shop manual. I know it's low because my system pressure is around 30 psi (I have gauges), and the compressor will not come on. It has the front & rear
Billy
Apr 15
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Re: Removal of the AC idler pulley You're correct.  It is tight to the wheel well.  The idler pulley is held on by a allen bolt.  Don't remember exactly, but I think it is 7mm.  I have used
Gregory Bjorgum
Apr 15
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Re: AC Charging with cans Hello Billy & Group, Not sure why it says that in the service manual. Is it the Ford/ Mercury manual or something else? Oh well – Just recently did my 2002
Treece, Jeff
Apr 15
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Re: Removal of the AC idler pulley Hi, Not a problem, glad you got it loose. It's the thought that counts : ) Regards, Michael From: conan_li@... To: villagerquest@yahoogroups.com Date:
Steven Glasgow
Apr 15
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Re: Front heater blower motor is not working Most likely cause is the rheostat controlling the fan... its located under the glove compartment. Usually though you still have the full speed for a while
lapidry
Apr 15
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Re: Removal of the AC idler pulley I've never replaced the idler pulley on your year but 99-02 you can replace with a relatively cheap bearing... just press out the old one and press the new
lapidry
Apr 15
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