Question about 1989 Mercury Cougar
The first thing I would check is the inertia switch in the trunk. It should be along either the left or right side. You'll see a small hole with a little white switch inside. If it tripped, it has disabled power to the fuel pump. Simply push the switch back down and try starting again.
I hope this helps solve your problem! :)
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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