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Old 04-26-2005, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
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2000 Mercury Villager - general questions

My wife and I are considering buying a 2000 Villager.
The vehicle has about 60+k miles on it. Other than some typical normal
wear and tear, it looks clean. I do notice it needs tires, probably an
alignment to go with it, the timing belt will probably have to be
replaced, and the plugs & wires. The seller is asking about 8 thousand
for it.
For the owners of such a vehicle in this group:
What kind of gas mileage are you getting?
What, if any, kind of repair work are you having done, and approx. at
what mileage?
(I do recall the mid 90s vehicles having the following problems @
100+k:
broken motor mounts, warped exhaust manifolds, and the controller for
the rear air blower frying out in the front head).

Since we would put a bunch of miles on this vehicle (30k-40k @ year), I
would appreciate any constructive comments in regards to reliabilty and
durability.

Thank you to those that respond.

Note: Village idiots need not apply.

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Old 04-26-2005, 18:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 2000 Mercury Villager - general questions

On 26 Apr 2005 17:29:50 -0700, "oh, poop" <nightbomber@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>My wife and I are considering buying a 2000 Villager.
>The vehicle has about 60+k miles on it. Other than some typical normal
>wear and tear, it looks clean. I do notice it needs tires, probably an
>alignment to go with it, the timing belt will probably have to be
>replaced, and the plugs & wires. The seller is asking about 8 thousand
>for it.
>For the owners of such a vehicle in this group:
>What kind of gas mileage are you getting?
>What, if any, kind of repair work are you having done, and approx. at
>what mileage?
>(I do recall the mid 90s vehicles having the following problems @
>100+k:
>broken motor mounts, warped exhaust manifolds, and the controller for
>the rear air blower frying out in the front head).
>
>Since we would put a bunch of miles on this vehicle (30k-40k @ year), I
>would appreciate any constructive comments in regards to reliabilty and
>durability.
>
>Thank you to those that respond.
>
>Note: Village idiots need not apply.



lmfao
hey foctard
the exhaust studs break
gravey

as for scaning or electrical its
****ED like you

ots a NISSAN not a ford

FOCTARD
hurc ast
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Old 04-26-2005, 20:01   #3 (permalink)
oh, poop
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Re: 2000 Mercury Villager - general questions

Like I said:

Village idiots need not apply.

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Old 04-26-2005, 20:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 2000 Mercury Villager - general questions

On 26 Apr 2005 18:51:39 -0700, "oh, poop" <nightbomber@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>Like I said:
>
>Village idiots need not apply.



the only idiot is wanting to buy the village


lmfao
u go girl
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Old 04-26-2005, 21:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: 2000 Mercury Villager - general questions

Out of all the groups I`ve been in,you are the only one who talks
crap.
I`m sure,you haven`t a clue what you are talking about,and I
know,everyone will agree with me.
You probably drive a Honda.

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