Try replacing the sensor.....Most of the time that will do it...If you have a bad door hinge, and are having trouble closing one of your doors, then try replacing the bad hinge...if you are able to lift your door up and down, and there is a lot of play in the hinge, that very well may be your problem...
some of the Mercury cougars had a recall on their fuel pump..symptoms are you have to keep your gas tank filled at least at half and over or when it gets below half bogging occurs..this is covered for up to 10 years..if your having this problem it can be fixed for free..just go to your ford dealership..i have a 2000 cougar and it had the fuel pump problem. how do you change the fuel pump in a 1999 cougar
rear of car/makes the back wheels spin/one on right and one on left
For the 1999 cougar they have 2 different size brake rotors it sounds like you need the 276mm size
no, a puma is a pure cougar. They want everybody to call cougars pumas now. Actually puma is the German word for cougar!
get a hinge replacement kit for that door. its the door sagging NT the latch.
Recommended amount is 5 and a half quarts of 5W20=========================================According to the 2000 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide :With engine oil filter change :If you have the 2.5 litre V6 engine , but it indicates 5W-30For the 2.0 L four cylinder ( 4.5 quarts ) of 5W-30
no! that's extremely illegal. you have no crash protection, you can fallout, no seatbelts.
Mercury is the smallest planet, so there isn't one with half the diameter.
more than half, 54 percent
Well, this just happened with my car and what I have to get done with it means that half the motor needs to come out to get to it. Well, for half of the motor to come out you have to take out the whole thing. Once you do that you can then reach the bolt and I'm sure you know where to go from there. but your gonna have to drop the motor to reach it.
Mercury although it is almost always half melted, is a terrestrial planet.
No. The gravity on Mercury is less than half of what it is on Earth.