1999 Mercury Villager Repair Question
Interested in less expensive way to perhaps diagnose and fix "hesitation" while driving at certain speeds?
Not sure what all means, when I began to call around most mechanics want 100 dollars to diagnose on top of repair. I am looking for less expensive options if any at first. Because of the misfire I thought to start with new plugs. I did have a complete tune up 1 1/2 years ago. Could and should that be the starting point to at least address the hesitation???
Without checking out and doing diagnosis would start with replaceing Crankshaft position sensor see diagram
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I looked at this question earlier, and someone said to me, that a car can't run without the crankshaft sensor. Is that true? I have this same screwy problem, where it misses now and then, and shudders on occasion too.
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