1998 mercury villager (nissan engine) quits running. Have to stop for 20 minutes and it goes again. Initially; when the AC was now. Now; it does it sporadically. It's inconvenient; any thoughts?
Country: United StatesMake: VillagerModel: MercuryYear: 1998Engine: Nisson
vodca and prayer. We have taken it in to a number of mechanics. We have found no way to duplicate the problem. The car runs fine at the autoshop.
We have seen a lot of problems like this caused by faulty distributors. Here are the checks that can be done to check for this type of problem.
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So just get the distributor/timing tuned-up?
If it works during the summer with the AC on in high altitudes; I will approve the payment.
Your thinking this has nothing to do with gas flow?
They have had a lot of distributor problems with these vehicles, If any of the above tests fail the distributor would need to be replaced.