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I need instructions on how to connect a Low fuel sensor to a sending unit for A 73 cougar Thank you very much

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SOURCE: 1994 mercury cougar fuel sending unit how do you access it

You must have the car up on a rack for this one, the entire rear exhaust system must be removed, then the fuel tank dropped out and on the ground to access the sending unit. This one is better left to a shop, it is a pain even up in the air. I have done dozens of them. Be very careful as there is an extreme fire hazard here.

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