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HOW TO REPLACE FUEL PUMP 1987 COUGAR EFI - 1987 Mercury Cougar

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The fuel pump is in the tank. Drop the tank and take of lock ring. Pick up pump ***. Be carefull of tank float. Replace pump and sock at same time. Before rep ck. to see if inertia switch is tripped.

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