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The sensor is inside the fuel tank. It's a 2.1 hour job for a trained mechanic.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 mercury cougar wont start
what is anti-theft light doing? It should come on solid for about 2 sec after you turn the key on then turn off. If it is flashing after this then it is not seeing the computer chip in the key and you have a PATS problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 mercury cougar fuel gauge
Comeing from a cougar expert seeing how I own three mercury dealerships called Holcomb, Holcomb, and Holcomb's if anyone should know the answer to this one it is certainly me. I do all the buying, selling, mechanics myself. Last time I had to fix this for someone I took a mental note. First you are going to have to look on the outside of the vehicle behind the drivers door. This is called a quarter panel but for you lamens it is the fender. You need to look for a round cutout in the rear quarter panel aka Fender. If you will take notice it has a small petrustion that looks like you could stick your finger in it. You will need to pull this hatch open once inside the hatch you will notice another security devise for keeping the full locked in safe. This is a gas cap which leads to a filler neck. You will need to insert gas through this feature and that should take cared of that problem. I am glad I could be of some service if you have any other questions please contact me at one of my many dealerships my number is 501-760-2300 and ask for the main man. David You have been a great pupil and I would love to teach you some more. Thanks
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Check the fuel pump fuse first, if its good then check the fuel pump relay. Try swapping it with another like it in the area, If its also good, check for power at the fuel pump harness with the switch on. If power is present, the pump is most likely bad.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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