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Item fell down defrost vents on a 1999 cougar

Item fell down defrost vents. I heard it fall all the way down behind the steering wheel. What's the easiest way to get it out.

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No easy way, leave it there.

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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Jack up the car and rest it on stands both sides and take off right hand side wheel, slide under the engine toward the rear end and access the bolts from the rear. Easy way is to slide under the car towards rear end (right hand side) and access bolts, wiring connectors at the rear.

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SOURCE: 1999 mercury cougar v6 2.5 litre fuel injected 24 valve auto , when i was driving at night the lights suddenly started to dim by the time i drove a mile the car 's steering locked ; and the car we

So what do you have for voltage at the battery? Sounds like the alternator went bad. There should be around 14 volts at the battery with the engine running. Anything less and the alternator would be the first thing I suspected.

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