Question about 2001 Mercury Cougar Cabin Air Filter
I just bought this car, and while ideling, the engine races and then slows. I suspected a Vacuum problem, and on inspection found the pipe from the module under the battery is not connected at the other end. I can't see any place that it should connect to. One end goes to the module under the battery tray, where does the other one go?
Best suggestion is to get a Haynes repair manual that covers your car. There are vacuum diagrams in these books that should points you in the right direction. Given that it idles in a rather manic/depressive manner, I'd look to the carb/TBI/Fuel injector system for a vacuum nipple.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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