Question about Mercury Cougar
Only vehicles from 2005 have a OBDII connector ,as for the gearbox the filter is inside the sump of the gearbox ,Now the amount of oil it needs should be about 3.7 litres but if the oil is clean then do not change it as its only hydraulic oil and doesnt get effected by the combustion of the engine so therefore it doesnt deteriorate unless a brake band is worn and breaking up in which case its a gearbox out job to repair anyway .All modern cars do not even have a dipstick facility ,its a dealer only job or so they say ,i make my own ?? not difficult .
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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