Actually, I think there is only one. I would stay away from BOSCH O2 Sensors. They always seem to trip an Check Engine Light. I changed mine on my 2002 V6 once. Stayed with Motocraft, no probs.
There will be two; one in each of the exhaust manifolds.
I forgot to say that on some cars there will be another 02 sensor underneath the car, past the catalytic converter.
There are three O2 Sensors on my 1999 Cougar. Two are located just before the Y-Pipe and are both wired to the drivers side of the Y-Pipe. The other is located just after the Catalyic Converter.
Easy to change.
cougar 99 where is coolant temperature sensor
MAP Sensor on a 1994 Cougar is located on the firewall. Has a vacuum hose coming from it and an electrical connection.
Where is speed censor on mercury cougar
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.
Need a little more information. there are a number of reasons why your cougar would run rough. Anywhere from the mass oxygen sensor to the idle control sensor, oxygen sensors and on and on.
oxygen sensor on 2.0 is located on the exhaust pipe on v6 it is located in front and rear exhaust manifolds
The IAT sensor on a 2000 Mercury Cougar V6 is on the back side of the filter box. On the Zetec model it is either on the Air box like the V6, or on the intake tubing running from the box to the Throttle Body.
i heard it is inside the catlitic converter i am just repeting what i heard do not know for sure.
Jack the car up and crawl underneath Use proper safety stands!!
it's located on the firewall right in back of the intake
On a 2001 Mercury Cougar : The Mass Air Flow Sensor is between the engine air filter and the big engine air intake tube
On a 1995 Mercury Cougar ( V8 and V6 ) Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 1 would be close to the engine before the exhaust passes through the catalytic converter
A 1994 Mercury Cougar is ( OBD I , EEC IV ) There should be an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment
Your Mercury Cougar might stall in reverse because of a problem with a bad crank sensor. This problem could also be due to the crank sensor wires which are damaged or not wired correctly.
are you sure it is not tail shaft sensor. This would be for your speedometer
Yes, there is an intake air temperature (IAT) sensor in a 99 coug. The IAT is located by the mass air flow sensor between the air fliter and the intake manifold.
The speed sensor is located on the back of the transmission, right before you get to the drive shaft you will see it sticking out.
O2 sensors are always located on the exhaust system.
Oxygen sensor is located at the exhuast Manifold.
The cts is the throttle position sensor which is on top and to the drivers side of the engine
The front oxygen sensor is located on the exhaust manifold of the BMW 318ti. The rear oxygen sensor is located in the head pipe.
left side of the engine after the cat
If you have the 99 -02 Cougar replace the TPS (throttle positioning sensor) on the throttle body.
You will be able to find it right behind the harmonic balancer on the front of the engine at the bottom. .....................NO ITS NOT THAT IS THE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR....THEYRE ON THE HEADS ON THE BELT SIDE OF THE ENGINE....