In 91 the car has an aod (automatic over drive) wich was shifted on the council 12D on a 95 they had changed to an eod (electronic over drive) where the original trans automaticaly shifted to 4th gear when in D the eod has a button you can push so that you can keep 3rd gear while in D and wont go to 4th until the button is depressed. I'm not sure about the bolt patterns on the motors but i do know that your shift linkage and overdrive will not work properly.
The 3.8 liter V6 engine in a 1991 Mercury Cougar has a timing CHAIN
There are absolutely no body parts that interchange with a 1991 mustang and 1991 cougar. The mustang is a fox body chassis and the cougar is on the mn12 chassis. The older cougars I believe pre 1988 were structurally similar to a mustang, by this i mean engine bays very similar and rear ends interchangeable. As far as the bodies they did not have interchangeable parts.
That truck should have the 700R4 transmission in it.
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For the 3.8 liter V6 engine in a 1991 Mercury Cougar : With engine oil filter change : ( 5.0 US. quarts )
( .054 inch ) for the 3.8 liter V6 and the 5.0 liter V8 according to ford parts . com
Any 5 speed from 91 to 96.
According to one of Ford's websites : For a 1991 Mercury Cougar , 3.8 liter V6 : ( the spark plug gap is .054 inch )
Where can I find a wiring diagram for a Ford 1991 F250 pickup with 5.8 liter V8 and automatic transmission with overdrive?
You add transmission fluid through the same tube where the transmission dipstick is located. You need a funnel used for transmission oil. The funnel is long, narrow and the end can fit into the dipstick tube.
you shouldn't have a problem doing this as ford used the same motor/transmission combo for many years.
NO won't work. The wiring harness for the transmission on the 90 model will not hook up to the 97 4L60E transmission. And the ECM / computor on the 90 model will no operate the 97 electronic transmission. You can NOT use anything newer then a 1991
1991 mercury cougar i need to know the egnition timing engine is a 3.8 v6.
Interchange would only be possible if you had a ENTIRE donor car, harness, transmission, axles ,mounts.etc
It is possible.
On a 1991 Mercury Cougar : The oil pump is INSIDE the oil pan ( the oil pan is bolted to the bottom of the engine )
The transmission in a 1991 Chrysler does not have a vacuum modulator.The transmission in a 1991 Chrysler does not have a vacuum modulator.
Depends on what type of 1991 Buick you're referring to...
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : ( A 1991 Mercury Cougar has a 19.0 U.S. gallon gas tank )
i got a 1991 grand am it is a 5 speed i need to no where to fill it
On the 4.0 liter OHV it's on the drivers side of the engine , low down , where the transmission is bolted to the engine
A 1986-89 5-Speed transmissions will interchange if Fuel injected you must change with fuel injected Transmission or use a cerebrated transmission with a special bushing to extend main shaft. Some flywheels may have to be changed to accept special bushing. I am currently doing the same thing I found a transmission for $275. with 125 thousand miles on it.
Ok so you have to go where the ignition switch is at on the 1991 cougar. Next, You have to take the old one out. Last, you have to put the new one in.