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Mercury Cougar Engine Questions

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  • ratscats23ratscats23 Posts: 3
    edited May 2012
    I just had major work done on my car cylinder head replaced,waterpump,starter,thermostate,egr feedback sensor get all of it back together and this little plastic elbow shaped breather i think comes tumbling out from under car.We have no idea where this part came from.Im gonna try to upload some pictures can ">someone please help<img src="C:\Users\jenny\Documents\Desktop\attachments\IMG_20120518_021106.jpg
  • ratscats23ratscats23 Posts: 3
    edited May 2012
    C:\Users\jenny\Documents\Desktop\attachments\IMG_20120518_021106.jpg
    please can someone tell where this part goes just post the above url in your browser and the picture will pop up
  • ratscats23ratscats23 Posts: 3
    C:\Users\jenny\Documents\Desktop\attachments\IMG_20120518_021046.jpg
  • vtraudt1vtraudt1 Posts: 3
    Your photo link does not work (at least for me).
    Try again. Not sure how it works here, but there is a "IMG" button in the bottom. Or upload photos to photobucket or similar free web hosting side then post the link to it here.

    I have a ton of Cougar stuff that goes to the junkyard very soon.

    you can also email me to

    info(at)regulatofix(dot)com
  • Hey folks any help would be great. I have an 02 cougar C2 edition v6 I am replacing the fuel pump for the 4th time in a year. Any ideas what could be causing it.
  • If you haven't already done it, I would:
    1. Switch to a different gas station.
    2. Switch to a different parts store.
    3. Switch mechanic tech.
    4. Pour a bottle of Seafoam into your gas tank with EVERY OTHER gas fillup.

    Outside of those items, perhaps there is some type of electrical issue? The Fuel pump is such an item that it is somewhat rare to need replacement so often.

    Hope this helps.
  • That fuel pump was a subject to recall back then. You may be buying the defective pumps from resellers. Go to a Mercury dealer for the new pump. If that car hasn't had the recall you might get it free. Otherwise you will be sure to get the better pump. It might be a bit more expensive but it will work.
  • my son owns a 1999 cougar and I get a p1518 how do I fix this it is a intake manifold runner stuck open
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