Question about 1999 Mercury Cougar
Is it a manual or automatic? You may check you r brake fluid and see if it is low. If it is a manual there brake fluid fees to the clutch and it may cause the clutch to go out...
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
How you drive your car could result in this. First ask your self the last time your car was serviced, and check to see if they checked your tranny fluids and stuff. Rodding your car around town could result in this, for example, putting an automatic trans in 2nd gear to get more boost. It is just hard on the transmission. Also, if you dont ever flush you transmisson fluids, or change your tranny oil. It could cause the trans to go out as well. In the end it sounds to me like you might need a new transmission. Your problem sounds like it has a 15% chance of being fixable just because you can reverse with it. You could just have a problem with your gears, i wouldnt know without looking at it.
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