On a 2000 Mercury Cougar : No , only the automatic transaxle ( transmission ) has a dipstick
On the bottom of the transmission.
it uses Mercon V at transmission fluid. both automatic and manual transmission
Just like all automatic transmission cars, remove the oil pan.
On a 1995 Mercury Cougar : The automatic transmission fluid level dipstick is in the engine compartment , near the firewall , towards the passenger side of the engine ( at the rear of the engine where the transmission is bolted to the engine )
The question is if the transmission is a standard or an automatic, if it is a standard then the transmission is located directly behind the bell housing which is bolted onto the rear of the engine, if it is an automatic then the transmission is bolted directly to the rear of the engine
My 1991 Mercury Cougar LS 3.8 4 Speed Automatic weighs in around 3800lbs.
it might mean you need to have your transmission replaced, ive got a 2002 cougar 35th and it has 80,000 miles and doesn't do any jerking of any kind
According to a website I was looking at : For a 1987 Mercury Cougar , 3.8 liter V6 , 4 speed automatic transmission ( 17 city / 24 highway , miles per U.S. gallon )
Remove the wiring harness from the bottom of your 1996 Mercury Cougar automatic antenna. Remove the retaining nuts at the bottom of the antenna. Reverse the process to install your new automatic antenna.