Having problems with your 1995 Mercury Villager ?

If it's raining, snowing, very damp and humid out, or I go thru a car wash, the car starts chugging, won't accelerate, feels like it's going to die but doesn't. After I park and let it idle for 5-7 minutes or so, then it's fine. It's like something is getting wet and needs to dry out. No repair place can figure it out. Can you help? This has gone on for several years.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-10-2018

Answers :

If this vehicle uses a distributor I would check the cap.
HI and welcome to FixYa!

Looks like that you have burnt transmission fluid. If the transmission fluid is burnt it tends to give stress to the engine for not shifting properly specially on cold weather. An automatic transmission fluid change can make the transmission operation smooth and you may get rid of the issue.

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