Question about 1997 Mercury Cougar XR7
Well since both aren't moving, then get a voltmeter and check for voltage at both the fuse and the relay to see if you are getting power at both. Keep looking until you find the spot where the voltage stops going to the motors. You will need a helper since someone will have to turn the key when you are doing this. Basically, both motors should not burn out at the same time, so probably you have a bad connection somewhere, maybe a ground is bad. Let me know how this turns out. You can get a voltmeter/multimeter at an electronics store like Radio Shack or even at Walmart which should be open at this time.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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