Question about 2000 Mercury Cougar
Obviously the belt that broke! The overheating problem is most likely the fan not turningwhich cools the radiator. Check the pulley where the shaft connects to the fan and that will be theone that needs replacing. If you had a belt that broke, I would suggest changing all your belts and hoses. This prevenative maintenance is cheaper than a tow.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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