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2002 Mercury Cougar Consumer Discussions

2002 Mercury Cougar
My 2002 Cougar 2.5 wont start.Its getting fuel and spark. Ive changed the crank and cam...

Would you believe? Yesterday a little flyer arrived in the mail announcing the 35th anniversary version of the Cougar....

2002 2.5L v6 Cougar died while driving. Engine cranks but will not fire. After 30 seconds of cranking battery dies. Recharged battery and within 30 seconds battery dies. Replaced crank sensor and ...

I use to own a 2000 Cougar with dual Borla Catback system. I sold it because sales tanked and with only 38,000 miles on it I didn't want an Edsel in my hands. You could buy a new 2002 Cougar for nut...

ok, i agree with you that the Cougar is a much nicer looking car (inside and out), but i am still drooling over hearing about the 6speed, hooked upA 170HP (WITH VVT i MIGHT ADD - finally an american c...

I thought it was bad enough when there was no advertising for our Cougar, but then a limited production in the future and now I read that Ford is bringing back the T-Bird next year as a 2002!!...

MWS: I think the seats in the "Sun and Fun" zinc yellow Cougar are much better looking than the '99 and'00 model. I have yet to sit in them to check comfort. Now, if you'd just fix that tilt...

time, but definitely memorable. The original Cougar was one of the prettiest cars of the 1960s. Many of the Park Lanes were more tasteful than the generally huge and grotesque competition. The German...

The mechanic told me it was the sway bar and links....but as of now there could be more problems with it. I just haven't had the time to have it checked out. (I'm scared to have it checked)It does sha...
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