Yes it does. I have a 2005 Mercury Sable and mine just went out.
the converter is blocked inside. you have to replace it.
It is after the last catalytic converter.
There is no way to fix a catalytic converter for a 1987 Mercury Cougar, since it is a sealed and unrepairable item. Once it goes bad, you must jack up the car, unbolt the old converter, then put a new one in its place and bolt it in.
Unless you have a California model, the converter assembly sells in the aftermarket for about $300.
Look under the vehicle and count them.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine on your 1999 Mercury Marquis Sensor 1 is before the catalytic converter ( upstream ) Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter ( downstream )
The converter assembly is a bolt on part, or you can cut out and weld in generic units to replace the existing ones.
Candice Dupree of the Phoenix mercury
wtf i dont know this crap
Cut it out and weld a new one in.
Remove the transmission and take it off.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in your Mercury Mountaineer Sensor 2 is in the exhaust after the catalytic converter
4 - 2 before the catalytic converter and 2 after
Depends on why it is noisy.
Yes. He had four extra teeth, which pushed the rest forward.
Has 2 converters front converter is attached to manifold price $ 1899.00 second converter $ 118.00 take manifold off gut the first converter and reinstall. First converter burnt out fuel to rich it must have been cherry red hot at some point-distributor is bad cost $ 300.00
On the exhaust pipe, lower, possibly near the catalytic converter.
no, the 88 has 2 sound resonators and 2 converters.
Trouble code P0741 means:Torque converter clutch circuit performance or stuck on
mercury is highly poisonious they are using something safer.
Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine in a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter ( downstream )