How to Replace the Heater Core in a Mercury Cougar?

Answer The good news in replacing an old Mercury Cougar's heater core is that you don't need to completely remove the instrument panel like most other cars. However, you do need to disconnect the heater d... Read More »

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How to Replace the Heater Hoses in a Mercury Cougar?

Two heater hoses attach to the heater core of your Mercury Cougar to let coolant travel to and from it to heat your car during cold weather. Heater hoses disintegrate over time. If one or both of t... Read More »

How to Replace a Heater Core in a 1984 Cougar?

A heater core is like a miniature radiator that has antifreeze running through it. You will know your heater core is going bad when you detect the sweet smell of antifreeze when you start the car, ... Read More »

How to Replace a Mercury Topaz Heater Core?

With no heat coming into the interior, traveling without a properly-operating heater core can cause a very frigid ride. However, replacing the heater core in a Mercury Topaz can be done by most hom... Read More »

How to Replace the Heater Core in a Mercury Villager?

The Mercury Villager's heater core is within the rear heater/air conditioning assembly. You must remove this assembly to replace the core. The larger task is getting to the assembly, which is locat... Read More »