In the glove box.
mounted under the glove box
Where is the EEC connections for a code reader on a 1995 Mercury Cougar? Is there any suggestions why the engine won't turn over. Only a ticking sound is heard and sparks from the battery sometimes appears when trying to start.
Error codes on a 1997 Mercury Villager can be found by connecting an OBDII code reader to the diagnostic port. The service manual has a full list of error codes and their causes.
Trouble code P0102 means: Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Low Input
Trouble code P0731 means:Gear 1 incorrect ratio
under glove box
Follow the troubleshooting tree that is associated with that code.
Code P1506 - Idle air control valve over speed error
it has a malfuction so its setting a code
Trouble code P0125 means: Insufficient Coolant Temp For Closed Loop Fuel Control
PO708, Transmission Range Sensor Hi Output circuit.
intake manifold runner control malfunction (stuck open)
Code P1237 indicates a Fuel Pump secondary circuit malfunction, including an open or short circuit.
Trouble code P0401 means:Exhaust gas recirculation flow insufficient detected
You need an OBD2 code reader. Bear in mind that reseting the engine light won't do you any good if you haven't corrected the problem that triggered it in the first place.
its in the trunk on a sticker or under the hood or inside the door
There are three catalytic converters on a V6 Mercury cougar. You have two pre-cats, one on each exhaust manifold, and a main Cat just after the Y pipe. Note, if you are removing or gutting the pre-cats, use MIL eliminators to stop the car from throwing a code.
A code reader or scan tool is required.
on the 1996 Accord it is behind the ash tray
I have a p0708 code on this cougar 1999 2.5 with a p0420 code also what sensor should i replace
its below the steering wheel towards the right, its a litle plug-in
You can try unplugging the battery to re set it or using a code reader on it
Its a dealer code, transmission related. Take it to your dealer for professional diagnosis. just had it done dude it is the torque converter look up the code p1744 and it will tell u
You won't know until you get the code read.