The fuse box on a 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 is located in the lower left of the dash next to the brake pedal. To access the fuse box, open the driver's door and remove the clips holding the cover in place.
Not from the factory
On a 1997 Mercury Cougar : The fuse panel is under the dash , on the drivers side Also , the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment near the battery
For a 1995 Mercury Cougar : ( " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane )
5x7 or 6x8, either or
They came with a 3.8L or the 4.6L.
The v6 has 196 housepower
On a 1997 Mercury Cougar XR7, the temperature sensor is located below the air intake. The sensor should be accessible without having to remove any other parts.
The firing order is 13726548
According to the 1996 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : ( 18.0 US. gallons / 68.1 liters )
The Haynes Repair Manuals would have a diagram of the serpentine belt on a 94 Mercury Cougar XR7. You can find the manual at your local library, book store, or most auto parts stores.
on the bottom of the rad on the passenger side
around 200, if it's running good,
clean out the MAF sensor with some alcohol
I paid $1600. CDN for a rebuilt transmission on a 1990 xr7.
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
In a 1995 Mercury Cougar , 4.6 liter V8 engine ( 5W-30 ) * according to the Owner Guide
you have to raise the motor or drop the k member, or both
under the engine, drivers side, near the steering gear
1994 Ford Thunderbird 3.8L V6
I like to use Valvoline synthetic and have had good luck with it.