Question about 2001 Mercury Sable
Its mounted right under the tank pull tank off u will see in some cases it works some it dont
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
I'm in the throws of solving the problem of the low cooling light staying on right now. While Cooper0365 is right, getting the tank off is kind of a pain in the backside. You have 3 clamps, 3 hoses, and 2 screws, and the sensor wires to remove. Be sure to empty the tank first with a turkey baster or something else you'll have anti-freeze all over the ground. But it's not really a good idea to disconnect the sensor. It's there for a reason. If you're going through the trouble of pulling the tank, you're better to just replace it with an after market one. I've also read that you can try filling the tank with soapy water to free up the sensor that apparently gets stuck because of the antifreeze.
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