5X7 all around
my tire sizes for my cougar are P215/50R16 or go here so you can find your size http://www.dragtimes.com/Mercury-Cougar-Tires-m31-n237.html
According to the 2000 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : Both the 2.0 litre four cylinder and the 2.5 litre V6 engines came with the Motorcraft BXT-40R battery ( that's BCI group size 40R )
Call your local Auto Part store.
The 2000 Mercury Cougar V6 engine takes a ( BCI Group Size 40 R ) battery The battery dimensions are : Length ( 10.90 inches / 277 mm ) Width ( 6.42 inches / 174 mm ) Height ( 6.88 inches / 175 mm )
all speakers are 5"x7" - its a special size for cars made by ford motor company
2.0 liter ( 121 cubic inch ) DOHC - 4 cylinder engine
What is the motor size? Run1
5x7 or 6x8, either or
6 x 8
4x6- not upgradable without sheetmetal modifications.
Im pretty sure factory size is 215/55/16
Pretty sure its 34mm
According to the 1997 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : Each remote takes ( 2 ) coin type , 3 volt lithium batteries ( # 2016 )
For the 1999 cougar they have 2 different size brake rotors it sounds like you need the 276mm size
If you are asking about replacing the exterior antenna on the cougar, than just twist it counter clockwise to unscrew it. I am not sure what size thread the antenna has on it, but it shouldn't be too hard to find out, and most replacement antennas come with a few different bolts to use.
Nedd the following information; Year model: Engine size: V8/V6:
5x7 all the way around. Replace with after market 6x8 with 5x7 holes.
215 75 r15 The correct tire size is listed in your owner's manual and on the driver's door post.
They are the same size, but the largest wolves are a little smaller than the largest cougar.
On a 1996 Mercury Cougar , that came with the 4.6 litre V8 engine : It either came with the Motorcraft BXT-65-650 battery or the optional Motorcraft BXT-65-850 battery ( that's BCI group size 65 , 650 or 850 cold cranking amps with the 4.6 , V8 )