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How do you remove the front tires on a 2000 mercury cougar?


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2008-11-24 03:32:11
2008-11-24 03:32:11

like the tires from the wheels? u need a machine for dat

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my tire sizes for my cougar are P215/50R16 or go here so you can find your size

Bad Tire or wheel bearing, rotate the tires to the front if the noise follows its the tire if remains in rear its the wheel bearing

yes they should fit with some low profile tires.

Im pretty sure factory size is 215/55/16

On a 2000 Mercury Cougar : Open the drivers door , and on the end of the door ( or the latch pillar ) you will see an information sticker . One of the things it shows is the original size of tires on the vehicle from the factory

it depends on what size tires and then it also depends on where you buy them at. wal mart would be your cheapest bet

Take the break off. ======================================================== I was looking at the ( 1998 ) Mercury Tracer Owner Guide and it shows : Move the rear tires to the front of the vehicle ( staying on the same side ) and take the two front tires and put them on the opposite sides of the rear

Loosen lugs on front wheels. Jack up front of car with approved lifting device(s). Once tires are clear of ground, completely remove lugs and then carefully remove front wheels. If tires need to be separated from rims, use an approved separating device, preferably from a professional tire service center.

Remove the front tires, from your Pontiac Grand Prix. Remove the brakes and rotors. Unbolt the axle from the suspension. Remove the axle.

P205/70R15 comes standard on the LS model for that year. P225/60VR16 is standard on the XR7.

first remove tires from vehicle then remove calipers then you can replace break pads on both sides of vehicle

The 2000 Mercury Cougar (V6) came equipped in two tires sizes of 205/60/15 and 215/50/16. The offset and backspacing vary by wheel type (factory or aftermarket). The bolt pattern is 4-108 for this model.

move back tires to front and front tires to back

I was looking at the ( 1998 ) Mercury Tracer Owner Guide and it shows to : Move the back tires to the front ( staying on the same side of the vehicle ) and then take the two front tires and put them on the back ( crossing over to the opposite side of the vehicle )

It depends on what wheels your cougar came with. If you have the 15 inch, six spoke fan blade wheels, you need 205/60 tires, if you have the 16 inch, sport package wheels, you need the harder to find, 215/50 tires. 17 inch wheels were not available in '99 to the best of my knowledge. If you have trouble finding the 215/50/16 tires, both the more common 225/50 tires, and the 215/55 tires can be used without much problem.

First remove the right and left tires, and then proceed to remove the rotors. After you have replaced the rotors put them back on.

Warped rotor. Remove and have it turned, or replaced.

You will need to remove the front tires. Remove the brake assembly spring. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brakes.

front tires straight back rear tires crossed to the front

Anchor and lift the vehicle. Remove tires to expose rotors and enclosing. They can be hard to remove so use a tool with force, remove center bracket then gently hammer out of place. Exchange old rotors for new. Return mechanisms and tires.

If the vehicle is front wheel drive, yes.

do I have to have two of the same front tires to align it?

go to ford dealer and purchase new one or go to auto store and purchase an ordinary 4 way lug wrench

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