Fuel pressure regulator.
According to the 1997 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft FG-881 fuel filter ) for the 4.6 litre V8 and the 3.8 litre V6
Fuel Filter under PASSENGER SIDE between front and rear wheel.
The primary cause for jerking on a 99 Mercury Cougar is the engine not getting enough fuel. This can be a sign of a clogged fuel filter, bad fuel pump, or clogged fuel injectors.
right frame rail near fuel tank.
The fuel pump on a mercury cougar is in the fuel tank. You are going to have to remove the fuel tank, take the lock ring off of the tank, and then pull the pump assembly out.
The fuel filter on this car in under the passengers side of the car along the frame rail.
you need a fuel line disconnect tool and then you just remove the lines and push them onto the new filter. The filter is under the passenger side of the car, near the door, mounted inside a bracket
Trace the fuel lind from the tank to the engine and the filter can be changed with special tools from the parts store.
under the vehicle along the passenger side frame rail
what kind of tools do i need to change a fuel filter on a 2000 cougar
in the truck under the carpet you can see the fuel pump hose or line. if you were to follow that you might find if.
On a 1999 Mercury Cougar : The ELECTRIC fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank It is installed through an access hole in the top of the fuel tank
In the fuel tank
Sorry , no ansewer because no Topaz 1995 ; last production was 1994.
The most likely cause is a dirty fuel filter that starves the engine.
According to fordparts.com : For a 1995 Mercury Villager : Engine oil filter ( Motorcraft FL - 839 ) Engine air filter ( Motorcraft FA - 1121 ) Engine fuel filter ( Motorcraft FG - 978 )
Inside the fuel tank
its in the fuel tank repair about 700.00
relay R1 is for the fuel pump on a 1999 Mercury Cougar
According to the 1999 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : ( 58.5 litres / 15.4 U.S. gallons )
it in your gas tank if its fuel injected
Either that or put a rag around the fitting you are loostening to keep from spraying fuel all over the place.
A screwdriver and a 10mm socket wrench.