Ok take off front wheels. Then remove the 2 bolts in the caliper. Thenremove the caliper from the rotor. Then remove the pad from the caliper. Then take off the brake reservoir cap that way the fluid will make its way back to the reservor, make sure you keep it off until the end of the job. Now get a c clamp and compree the piston bacl into the caliper. then replace the pads. Then put the reservor cap back on. Then pump your breaks until they get hard.
The easiest way is with a "C" clamp.
1995 Mercury Cougar does not have front wheel brake shoes. It has disc brakes and therefore disc brake pads. Copy & paste this link into your browser. http://www.advanceautoparts.com/english/youcan/html/ccr/ccr20021101db.html
Yes , the 1999 Mercury Cougar is FRONT wheel drive
the front bearings on the 1989-thru-1997 ford thunderbird/mercury cougar cannot be changed, the whole front hub comes as one piece and have to be replaced as a single unit.
No , a 1994 Mercury Cougar is rear wheel drive
For the 1999 cougar they have 2 different size brake rotors it sounds like you need the 276mm size
On a 2001 Mercury Cougar : The radiator is located in the engine compartment , at the front of the vehicle
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/caliper, and remove the old brake pads. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire, and lower the car.
On a Mercury Cougar : ( 1999 to 2002 model years are front wheel drive ) Older model years are rear wheel drive
It's grounded on the front of the Mercury Cougar frame next to the headlight assembly.
no it is defently rear wheel ================================================== That would depend on which model year , there have been rear wheel drive and front wheel drive versions of the Mercury Cougar