Question about Mercury Cougar
This sounds almost certainly a fuel level sensor or wiring issue. The sensor itself is in the fuel tank and it will require the tank to be lowered to access it. I would look first at the wiring from the gauge all the way back to the tank first as this is the easiest thing to eliminate first. If you encounter a short or broken connection then this will be the easiest to fix first
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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