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Re: mercury 2001 cougar V6 startor problem
Have the car put up on a lift or jack up and support with jack stands. Loosen the two bolts holding it up. It is located at the rear of the engine close to the transmission on the drivers side. disconnect the wires and mark so when you put it back in you will know where the wires go.
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Is this a v6? It comes out through the wheel-well. So you have to safely raise and support the vehicle, remove the tire, remove tie rod end from steering knuckle. Remove wheel well liner. Take negative battery cable loose, take belt loose, take wiring connectors loose from generator, remove bolts from generator, remove generator.
A little play is normal, but an inch is getting somewhat out of limits. The first thing to check is for play in the tie rod ends. If there is play in them, it can also lead to premature tire wear too.
replace throttle body gasket. first check to see if carbon has built up around the throttle valves in throttle body if so remove and clean it with throttle body cleaner.and a old tooth brush. besure to remove all electrical components or any thing that plastic or rubber the cleaner will destroy it.
the best advice i can give you is to purchase a haynes repair manual at your local auto store. it'll give you step by step instructions. $18 they are usually hard to get at, but there are 2 bolts holding the starter in place, after removing the wires, just remove bolts and wiggle out. no special tools required. make sure to disconnect battery first. good luck