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Celica_Noob Sep 10, 1:08am - #271213 
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Anyone know anything about Cougars

Ok here is my problem. My friend has a 1999 Murcury (no clue how to spell that) Cougar and we accidently unplugged the power to the back of his cigarette lighter. So we plug it back in and nothing. I have no clue what the problem. I know it isn't a celica, but was hoping you guys might have an idea or two.

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ExNihilo Sep 10, 1:25am - #271214 
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confused I dunno, did you check the fuses?

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Have you checked http://www.fastcougar.com confused

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slidr Sep 10, 2:02am - #271216 

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Originally Posted by isaac
Have you checked http://www.fastcougar.com confused
Isn't that an oxymoron?

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Celica_Noob Sep 10, 3:25am - #271217 
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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by isaac
Have you checked http://www.fastcougar.com confused
Isn't that an oxymoron?


LOL rofl thats awsome, and I checked all the fuses I could reach smile all the 15-20 amp ones, pretty sure it wasn't a 7.5.

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Celica_Noob Sep 10, 4:16am - #271219 
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Sultan, I have been meaning to ask you, but what Hood scoop is that, it looks raised, not sure if it is the agle or what, but it looks sweet.

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Sultan Sep 10, 4:18am - #271220 

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it's a C-One style raised scoop from lostrican - I'll be replacing it with a rasied Carbon Fiber scoop in 2 weeks - happywink
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2003cbgts Sep 10, 11:54am - #271221 

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i have an old john cougar cd does that count?

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i used to have a 01 cougar. No idea what it could be other then a fuse or you pulled on the wires too hard and they came loose enough to lose a connection.

Yes Cougars are slow, for a american car though they had a pretty good interior, and the looks of them werent bad ( look outdated now). watch out for the cougars with the 3.0 swaps w/ bolt ons. theres a few guys running 220+ hp at the wheels.
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Celica_Noob Sep 10, 1:57pm - #271223 
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Ok, I will check the rest of the fuses.

Sultan, snce you are getting a new one, are you going to sell that one? What kind of install does it take to get it on?

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I will eventually be selling mine...

- install is very simple. (uses stock nuts and bolts) Once you remove the stock scoop, you'll see what I mean
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Celica_Noob Sep 10, 3:45pm - #271225 
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If you do decide to sell it, can you let me know. It is something I have been looking to buy, and it is already black smileAlso, about how much do they go for.

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