According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For the 3.8 liter V6 engine in a 1991 Mercury Cougar : With engine oil filter change : ( 5.0 US. quarts )
Is this a " TYPO " The first model year for the Mercury Cougar was 1967
My 1991 Mercury Cougar LS 3.8 4 Speed Automatic weighs in around 3800lbs.
A liter of mercury has a larger mass as its density its much higher than water
The same 5.0L Windsor V8 was used in the 1992 F-series pickups and made 185 Horse Power at the crank and 270 lb-ft of torque.
the 99 mercury cougar inline 2.0L engine has 125 hp and 131 lbs/feet of torque the v6 cougar 2.5L engine has 170hp and ? lbs/feet of torque
The v6 has 196 housepower
The liter of mercury will weigh more (mercury is much more dense than water). However, the measure is 1 liter (this is a measure of volume) for both and this means they will both have the SAME volume.
Depends on whether it's a V6 or V8
One liter of mercury equals 13.53 kilograms. A one liter bottle of water only weighs one kilogram in comparison.
a 95 mercuy cougar takes anywhere from 5 to 7 quarts of transmission fluid
Call your local parts store.
around 200, if it's running good,
A Mercury Cougar windshield will run about $230 according to online auto glass shops. However, that price is location based so expect a slightly different price based on your location.
It will take a skilled mechanic approximately 5 hours to change the fuel pump in your 1991 Mercury Cougar. It can take a novice mechanic much longer.
If it is a V6 about 6 Quarts with a new oil filter.
check the recalls!!
I paid $1600. CDN for a rebuilt transmission on a 1990 xr7.
Its not much, as I had an 84 Cougar with this engine. A 90 Ford Probe had a 3.0 V6 with 145 bhp or so and was MUCH quicker. I wanna say it was something like 125 bhp or so.
240 horsepower for the 3.0 liter V6 in a 2009 Mercury Mariner
Mercury has a density of 13.55 grams per cu cm, so 1 liter (1,000 cu cm) weighs 13,550 grams or 13.55 kg.
Presumably however much the gauge reads...