Question about 1998 Mercury Mountaineer
Posted by Anonymous on
According to most mechanics, your problem should be the fuel sender inside the fuel tank.
It might require removing the fuel tank, or, if you are blessed, there might be an access cover inside the rear of the vehicle to get to the top of the fuel tank without removing the tank from the bottom of the car..
Some shops will be recommending replacement of the fuel pump as well, because of the cost and difficulty of doing a gas tank removal twice.
Before going to a lot of trouble, be sure to have someone smart with an electric meter check the fuses, circuit breakers, and such.
God bless your efforts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The most likely failure that will cause your problem is the fuel level sender in the gas tank. The sender will cause both the fuel gauge problem and the check engine light to be turned on. The sender will need to be replaced to repair the problem.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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