How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Mercury Cougar?

Answer Replacing the tie rod ends are necessary when your Mercury Cougar just doesn't track straight, not even after an alignment. Bent or damaged tie rod ends can effect the steering, thanks to the tie r... Read More »

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How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Mercury Cougar?

When you find that the steering of your Mercury Cougar is off, and doesn't resolve after an alignment, it may be time to change your tie rods. The tie rods connect the steering knuckle to the wheel... Read More »

How to Replace the Fan in a Mercury Cougar?

Your Mercury Cougar may have an electrically operated or a mechanical (belt driven) engine cooling fan. These steps apply to all Mercury Cougar models with an electric engine cooling fan, and can b... Read More »

How to Replace a Caliper in a Mercury Cougar?

Because the Mercury Cougar is out of circulation, finding replacement parts like brake calipers can be hard. Your best bet is to find complimentary parts from related models, like the Ford Thunderb... Read More »

How to Replace the Fuses in a Mercury Cougar?

Mercury created its Cougar model in 1967 and the model was in production until 2002 with changes throughout. When you experience an electrical outage such as your stereo not turning on, it's possib... Read More »