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
Down the hole where you pull the dipstick out of.
The fuel pump inertia switch is in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole ) in the 1999 Mercury Cougar
According to the 2002 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : The fuel pump shut - off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the drivers foot well , behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
You add fluid down the same hole that the dipstick came out of.
On a 1999 Mercury Cougar : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
the fuel cap has a tiny hole ,to allow air into tank to replace fuel as it is used.if this hole is clogged, it will cause the tank to create a vaccuum and not allow fuel to move out of tank.either find the small hole and try to unplug it or buy a new fuel cap
In the drivers footwell , behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
According to the 2001 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is in the drivers foot well , behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
have you tried the dipstick tube.some dodge and Plymouth minivans the dipstick is the "filler hole" this also applies to the transaxle fluid.(transmission)
Down the tube where the trans dipstick is. Use a long funnel that fits into this hole.
You fill it through the dipstick hole (the red dipstick) the transmission has a drain plug on the dirvers side but it is much easier to do it through the dipstick hole. if you go to any autoparts store they will have a funnel (usually red) with a long neck and a narrow opening this funnel is made to fit in the dipstick hole. PS: MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE YOUR DIFFERENTIAL OIL WHEN YOU CHANGE YOUR TRANS FLUID; its not required but you should change it at the same time.
you will either have a hatch mark or a hole drilled in the dipstick if you have the hatch mark then at the bottom of the mark if a hole then the bottom hole
I believe it is in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel and that there is an access hole through the kick panel to reset the switch
There is an inertia switch / fuel cutoff switch in behind the trunk liner , on the left side of the trunk ( there is an access hole )
On a 2001 Mercury Cougar : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the drivers foot well behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole ) * the kick panel is the interior trim panel , in front of the front door , beside the persons feet
Older engines have the dipstick on the driver's side. There is a hole in the side of the block between 5 & 7. Newer ones have the dipstick tube in the passenger side of the oil pan.
If it's automatic, through the dipstick hole & if it's manual, special bolt on transmission. (close to the drive shaft)
It should be the same as for a 2002 Mercury Cougar which is answered in WikiAnswer under the Question; " How to remove alternator from a 2002 Mercury Cougar 2.5L V6." The 2000 Cougar may be different by having an upper alternator BOLT. If it does, and you can't lift the bolt out (after fully loosening the bolt), lower the alternator and you can, then, lift the bolt out. When you begin to install the alternator (attach the power wire, and the wire connector) place the BOLT in the upper hole in the alternator, and THEN, raise the alternator to install.
the dipstick hole is on the passengers side about 2 inches behind the knock sensor *on pre 1978 blocks the hole is on the drivers side in the same orientation as mentioned The dipstick hole is kind of right behind the starter. If your dropping it in an older vehical you wont have the knock sensor of course.
There is no dipstick. You check the fluid through the fill hole on the side of the case. The fluid should be level with the bottom of the hole.
Auto, next to the battery.Manual, no dipstick. Fluid is checked through a fill hole on the side of the case.Auto, next to the battery.Manual, no dipstick. Fluid is checked through a fill hole on the side of the case.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but another contributor had mentioned that there was a piece that plugged the transmission dipstick hole at the factory that was pushed into the transmission pan when the dipstick tube was installed . It indicated that it was the first time the transmission pan had been off
Take off the headliner and underneath you will find a motor for the sunroof. If you want to manually close it there is a Allen wrentch hole to turn it closed.
Take the dipstick out out put it through the small hole were the dipstick goes