Cougar Buying Guide Ep.2 - 1967 XR-7 289
In this video, Don does a detailed inspection on a 1967 Mercury Cougar XR-7
to show some of the things you should look for when buying one of these
classic cars. Some of the insight here can potentially save you hundreds,
even thousands, when you go to negotiate with a seller. Also, it will help
those of you trying to sell, to more accurately advertise the strengths and
weaknesses of your car.
We've also done a similar video with a 1970 Cougar convertible, so you may
want to check that out too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fizb2vo68vA
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1978 Mercury Cougar XR7
1978 Mercury Cougar XR7, 41,107 odometer mileage, VIN# 8H93H680658, Ford
351w 5.8L V8 Engine, Auto Trans, All Original Including Miles, Leather
Interior with AM/FM Stereo, PW, PL, PS, PB, Clean Inside & Out and in
Overall Good Condition, has a few minor blemishes, Runs & Drives.
Ford Lincoln Mercury EATC Repair Video - In Depth Tutorial - 3.00 Dollars in Parts
Plagued with your Ford EATC blowing air out of the defrost no matter what
mode you set it too? This tutorial is for you. The Demo car is a 2008
Mercury Grand Marquis LS with the Ford EATC.
This is applicable to several Ford/Lincoln/Mercury Models through the years
of 1992 - 1995 (Soft Button Units) and 1996 - 2011 (Hard Button Units).
An In-Depth Tutorial of the Removal of the Ford EATC Unit from a Mercury
Grand Marquis, Dis-assembly of the Ford EATC Unit, replacement of the
O-Rings within the vacuum solenoids, Reassembly of Ford EATC Unit,
re-install back into the Mercury Grand Marquis and Test Run. Hope this
helps all of you out there that have been plagued with this problem with
the Ford EATC.
This should only take an hour or two to get a Ford EATC back to working
Parts and Tools needed:
- Ratchet with 7 mm or 9/32 Socket (Removal of EATC)
- Small Flat bladed screwdriver (Removal of Solenoid Chambers)
- Needle nose Pliers (To bend tabs up on EATC solenoids)
- Screwdriver with interchangeable bits (a Torx T-15 and Phillips)
- 5 or More O-Rings (O'Reilly Auto: NAT-007 or McMaster Carr: 9396K12 007)
O-Ring Size: ID 5/32" OD: 9/32 1/16" Thickness
- Die Electric Grease (One Packet is sufficient)