Question about 1993 Mercury Cougar
Try giving the bleeder screw a sharp rap with a hammer. Hit squarely on the head of it. Quite often this will break the rust and let the screw turn. You could also try giving your ratchet a sharp blow with the palm of your hand to break it free. These may also work better with some heat. Good luck and hope this helps.
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