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The dependability and excellence that come with a Mercury Villager argue for always buying replacement and aftermarket components of the same level of value; such parts don't have to cost a fortune. Come to every time you desire great aftermarket or performance auto and truck parts and you'll get fantastic service and an honest price with every order. The Villager has a reputation as an excellent vehicle but even the most reliable vehicles have to have routine maintenance or repair.

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Mercury Villager

For families on the go, one of the answers to their transportation needs was the Mercury Villager. Ford Motor Company and Nissan joined forces in 1987 to bring this minivan to the car-buying public. It was noted for its smooth all-coil suspension, which gave it a ride not unlike what one would experience in a luxury car. The name "Villager" was coined by Ford as the name of its 1958 station wagon, the Edsel Villager. In the early to mid-1960s, the name was also used on cars in the Mercury series, including the Comet station wagon, and the woodgrained feline-named series, which included the Mercury Cougar and Mercury Lynx.

The first generation of the three-door Mercury Villager made its debut with the car-buying public in 1992, as a 1993 model, and was produced from 1992 until 1998. You could buy a first-generation Villager with one of three levels of trim, which included the GS, LS, and the most luxurious trim being the Nautica Special Edition. The Nautica trim level was named after the Nautica clothing company. The minivans featured snappy blue and white paint and were set off with yellow pinstripes. The leather upholstery came in blue, white or grey, and the second row continued in the sporting theme with captain's chairs for seats. It was finished off, with a nod to the Mercury Sable, with a grille that was illuminated.

You could seat six passengers plus the driver for seven total in the Villager. This particular minivan was unique in that one could remove the second bench seat and then slide the third bench seat up, which helped to give a more roomy rear cargo area, a handy feature for families. Depending on which model was selected in the upper range of these popular vehicles, you could get a vehicle that came equipped with either a Dolby Premium Sound system, or a Dolby Super Sound system that worked in conjunction with the CD player. Drivers felt safe in these vehicles due to the anti-lock brakes, driver air bags, and impact-resistant front and rear bumpers. When riding in the front seats, you would experience automatic seatbelts that locked into position from ceiling tracks when you started the engine. All of the first-generation Mercury Villagers came equipped with a VG30E-type three-liter, one hundred fifty-one horsepower V6 engine.

Starting in 1998, the Mercury Villager was updated to the second generation, which was available until 2002. The top of the line Mercury Estate trim level came with a LCD screen that was connected to a VCR in the rear seat, and was the first of the Mercury line of vehicles to offer this type of entertainment system as a luxury option. This four-door minivan was also available in Base and Sport trim levels.

No matter if you have a first or second-generation Mercury Villager, you will likely need Mercury Villager OEM parts or used Mercury Villager parts. Happily, there is a substantial Mercury Villager Parts catalog available at that will keep you vehicle running smoothly.

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2002 Mercury Villager Air Temperature Sensor

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Fit exactly. Easy to put on.

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2000 Mercury Villager Ignition Distributor