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74566

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

Sorry for the mass of data. I'll have to find out how to post so that it does not re-wrap the lines. 4/1/2015 237819 4/2/2015 237836 17 4/3/2015 237965 129
unixguy1987
3:54 PM
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74565

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

My last answer to this question on how it was run has not appeared. So I'm posting it again. I'm a computer consultant and I keep a detailed trip log for
unixguy1987
3:54 PM
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74564

2001 Quest air cleaner

Working on the TPS has focused me back on a small but important problem with these vehicles, or at least mine: The air cleaner is flimsy and does not retain
Alan Muller
2:44 PM
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74563

Re: 2001 Villager Car Alarm goes off on its own

I pulled all three boxes from under the center console today and none of the match the security alarm box that is called out for a 2001 on eBay. One of the
dancadigan
12:56 PM
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74562

Re: 2001 Quest transmission issue

I cut open the TPS. Ruined it in the process, but it had noticeable moisture in it. Ordered up another. Hard to know anything about parts quality these
Alan Muller
9:07 AM
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74561

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

The engine would run with one tooth off on either cam sprocket.  You should have a vacuum gauge needle that bounces at idle if it's off.  Also, you should
Gerry
8:13 AM
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74560

Re: 2001 Quest transmission issue

TPS adjustment or intermittent open circuit would cause delayed & harsh upshift.  Also a bad VSS, but these are usually regularly occurring.  What the TCM
Gerry
7:54 AM
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74559

Re: 2001 Quest transmission issue

What's it going to cost you to clean it? A little time and care. Rock Auto has the tps for your 2001 cost from $42 to $97 - the latter is a Motorcraft.
John Delaney
Jul 2
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74558
Shiva
Jul 2
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74557

Re: 2001 Quest transmission issue

OK, I checked the error codes and there were two P1705 interpreted as "TPS--auto transmission circuit" So it seems pretty likely that the TPS is the issue. I
Alan Muller
Jul 2
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74556

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

My thoughts, A belt off one tooth would probably run, and resetting the distributor would certainly improve, but not cure the situation. Here's why: the
Eric Wiggin
Jul 2
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74555

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

All covers were off when I was called to the Chevy shop doing the belt replacement and they ran the engine without water pump, AC, alternator belt, etc... The
unixguy1987
Jul 2
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74554

Re: 2000 Villager 3.3 Interference or Non-Interference.... I know, I

I'm a computer consultant so I have a mileage log. This is the 4/1 to 5/10 entries that average 60.275miles per day. 4/1/2015 237819 4/2/2015 237836 17
unixguy1987
Jul 2
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74553

Re: 2001 Quest transmission issue

Yes----TPS intermittently failing could cause this. I can relate from experience with my 94V that TPS not working causes serious shift delays that results in a
Gregory Bjorgum
Jul 2
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74552

Re: 96 villager slider door lock actuator

Thanks Gerry!!!! My project for the long holiday weekend!!
kratebiker
Jul 2
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