i know this may sound silly but have you checked the Transmission Fluid? i have a 99 cougar and it was jumping aswell when the fluid was leaking. hope this helps
no, after '93 the interior style changed along with the door panels, they will fit on the door, but you will not be able to close the door unless you have the '94 and up dash
Remove the gas cap. If you do not hear the pressure release, then press the shrader valve located on the fuel rail.
check the temperature control sensor....
1993 is obd 1 and the connecter is under the hood.
If it is a 5.0 from a 1991-93 Thunderbird/Cougar, then yes
the '93 cougar can swap parts with any cougar between '89 and '96. Since you have a '93, I'm guessing it's an XR-7 (performance) model, so try to find other XR-7's. You can also interchange parts with the Ford Thunderbird of the same model years.
yes if the other car is also a 4.6
If they both share the same engine, yes
'93-95 ford thunderbird/mercury cougar
possibly a fuel pump going bad
I had this happen to me. It turned out to be a corroded earth terminal.
Grade 93+, your manual should have this info.
I have a 93 and my switch is behind the passenger side kick panel.
Try under the vehicle along the fram rail - follow the fuel line from the tank
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.
Remove the wheel from your 1993 Mercury Cougar. Loosen and remove the wheel bearing nuts. Remove the wheel seal and the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new wheel bearing.
In summer of 2008 we drove a 93 Corsica from Wisconsin to California, loaded with our belongings, and averaged 30-32 mpg of summer gas.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1993 Mercury Cougar. Remove the ball joint retaining nut. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer. Reverse the process to install your new ball joint.
the fuel pump is located inside the gas tank of my 93 ford ranger