2000 Mercury Cougar Q&A
2000 Mercury Cougar Question: electrical
Take a look in the battery junction box - the fuse box under the hood. If you had battery leakage, it could have corroded or damaged wiring in or around that box, which could be causing a short. In my experience, always go to the variable. The area where problems once were. Sure you could trace all the wiring on each circuit, but in the end, most of the time you find the issues are close to where you previously had a problem. Good luck. - DaveJHM
For the 2.3L 4 Cylinder and 5.0L V8 engine, the electrical ignition switch poses a fire hazard. An updated switch is available.
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The fuse box has burned up twice. The red wire on a plug that connects to the bottom of the fuse box keeps heating and burning the fuse box. This is a plug that also has an orange wire that conne...
I already checked all the fuses and the battery and alternator, everything is good. I also placed it on the computer and no codes are coming up. Anyone know what is wrong?
The Tachometer stays at about 3100 and does not move an inch, until I turn off the car. I assume it is just stuck, since the engine is not idling high. What would make it stick?