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I rediscovered this on my computer the other day. I don't see this info posted here, so I'm posting it now.

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Bulletins for 1999 Mercury Cougar V6-153 2.5L DOHC VIN L SFI

Safety Recalls
     TSB Number   Issue Date  TSB Title
 01S22          SEP 01       Recall - Blower Resistor Inspection/Replacement 
 01S22          AUG 01       Recall - Defective Heater Blower Resistor Connector 
 01S02          MAR 01       Recall - Battery Cable Routing Inspection 
 01S03          MAR 01       Recall - Brake Lamp Switch Harness Replacement 
 99S19          OCT 99       Recall - Accelerator Cable Replacement 

Emissions Recalls
     TSB Number   Issue Date  TSB Title
 98E04          JAN 99       Recall - Fuel Line Seepage 

General Recalls
     TSB Number   Issue Date  TSB Title
 01M04          JUN 01       Campaign - Fuel Pipe Flapper Valve Additional Coverage 
 99B25          NOV 99       Campaign - Wheel Nut Wrench Replacement 
 99M08          SEP 99       Campaign - Defective Blower Resistor/Wire Connector 
 99L01          JUN 99       Campaign - Seat Operation, Owners Guide Update 

Service Bulletins
     TSB Number   Issue Date  TSB Title
 02-11-4        JUN 02       Aluminum Engine - New Cleaners/Service Tips 
 02-4-6         FEB 02       Alarm - False Activation/Inoperative Diagnostics 
 02-4-5         FEB 02       Battery - Charging Tips and Guidelines 
 02-2-4         FEB 02       A/T - CD4E Harsh and Delayed Upshifts/DTC's Stored 
 02-2-3         FEB 02       Engine - Aluminum Block/Head Machining 
 02-1-9         JAN 02       Engine Oil - Oil Recommendations/Applications 
 02-1-6         JAN 02       Wheels/Tires - Road Force Measurement Equipment 
 01-24-6        DEC 01       Engine - Oil System Priming Procedures 
 01-23-6        NOV 01       Engine Coolant - Propylene Glycol Recommendations 
 01-22-4        NOV 01       Dashboard - Defroster Grille Lifting Out of Position 
 01-20-5        OCT 01       Driveability - Vacuum Leak Detection 
 01-18-1        SEP 01       Shift Interlock (BRAKE) - Inadvertent Disabling 
 01-16-2        AUG 01       Brake Lights - Stay ON 
 01-15-7        AUG 01       A/T - Fluid Application Charts 
 01-15-6        AUG 01       Heater Core - Repeated Failure 
 01-10-12       MAY 01       Wire Harness - Terminal Repair Kit 
 01-9-7         MAY 01       Emissions/Computers/Electronics - Driveability Diagnosis 
 01-7-8         APR 01       EVAP System - MIL ON Multiple DTC's Set 
 01-7-3         APR 01       Fuel Pump - Whine Heard Through Radio Speakers 
 01-6-2         APR 01       PATS System - Diagnostic Service Tips 
 01-3-5         FEB 01       Airbags - Warning Lamp ON, DTC's U2017/U2018 Set 
 01-1-4         JAN 01       Engine - Spark Knock on Cruise/Acceleration 
 00-26-5        DEC 00       Rear Brakes - Moaning/Groaning Noise 
 00-25-6        DEC 00       Charging System - Int./Ext. Lamps Flicker When Cold 
 00-25-2        DEC 00       Exhaust - Sulfur Odors After Hard Driving 
 00-18-2        SEP 00       Transaxle - No Forward Gear Engagement 
 00-18-6        SEP 00       Wipers - Engine No Start With Wiper Switch On 
 00-10-2        MAY 00       PCM - Hesitation/Rough Idle On Warm Startup 
 00-9-3         MAY 00       Sunroof - Rattling Noise When Partially/Fully Raised 
 00-4-1         FEB 00       Heater Plenum - Fluttering Noise 
 00-2-4         JAN 00       Low Coolant Lamp - ON at Normal Operating Level 
 00-1-5         JAN 00       A/T - New Transmission Cooler Flusher/Service Tip 
 00-1-9         JAN 00       M/T - MTX 75 New Fluid/Service Tip 
 99-26-9        DEC 99       Fuel Economy - Customer Expectation vs. Vehicle Usage 
 99-24-9        NOV 99       A/T - CD4E Fluid Leak From Fill Tube/Seepage From Vent 
 99-24-4        NOV 99       B Pillar - Water Leak/Windnoise 
 99-23-4        NOV 99       EVAP - DTC's P0442/P0455/MIL ON/No Driveability Concerns 
 99-22-2        NOV 99       Wire Harness - Terminal Repair Kit/Wire Splice Procedure 
 99-21-7        OCT 99       PCM - MIL ON/DTC's P0351, P0352, P0353 Set 
 99-19-6        SEP 99       A/C - Identification of Non Approved Refrigerants 
 99-19-4        SEP 99       Brakes - Vibration/Inspection Service Tips 
 99-19-3        SEP 99       Sunroof - Grinding/Groaning/Squeaking/Squealing Noise 
 99-17-5        AUG 99       A/T - CD4E No Forward Gear Engagement 
 99-17-8        AUG 99       Knock Sensor - Trouble Code P0325 Set 
 99-15-2        JUL 99       A/T - Transmission Flush and Fill Tool Available 
 99-14-8        JUL 99       M/T - MTX 75 Vehicle Will Not Move 
 99-14-7        JUL 99       PCM - Calibration Information 
 99-13-7        JUN 99       A/T - CD4E No Forward Engagement 
 99-13-10       JUN 99       Headlamp - Excess Condensation Inside 
 99-11-1        JUN 99       Comprehensive Noise/Vibration/Harshness Procedure 
 99-12-10       JUN 99       Paint - Rough Texture 
 99-9-2         MAY 99       Liftgate - Does Not Release Or Pop-Up 
 99-8-9         MAY 99       Front Brakes - Groaning Noise During City Driving 
 99-8-15        MAY 99       Interior Door Trim Panel - Replacement Tip 
 99-8-16        MAY 99       Motor Oil - Viscosity Grade Recommendation 
 99-5-3         MAR 99       A/T - Cold Fluid Level Checking 
 99-4-12        MAR 99       Breakaway Outside Rearview Mirror - Service Tip 
 99-4-9         MAR 99       PCM - DTC P0460 Set/No Driveability Concerns 
 99-4-3         MAR 99       PCM - Reprogramming Out of Vehicle 
 98-26-2        JAN 99       Fuel - Volatility Related Driveability Concerns 
 98-25-14       DEC 98       Engine - Mis-marked Timing Marks On Camshaft 
 98-25-9        DEC 98       Interior Trim - Vinyl Surface Repair Tips 
 98-24-2        DEC 98       A/T - CD4E PCM Reprogramming On Transaxle Replacement 
 98-24-6        DEC 98       Electrical - New Terminal Grease Released For Service 
 98-23-16       NOV 98       Cooling System - Coolant Compatibility
 

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The only TSB the dealership will do for free are the safety recalls.

The other TSBs are merely common complaints for which Ford formulated a response. That means you're going to have to pay a technician to perform the fix or pay for access to the TSB to perform the fix yourself.
 

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I'm stickying this and locking it. If you have something to add to the thread, please PM me.

Thanks for posting this!
 
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