How do you repair a 1993 Mercury Cougar gas gauge that stays past full all the time?
the sending unit is nothing more than a float in the gas tank. Check in the trunk first and see if you can access the sender from there. you will have to pull the carpet up. If you can,you should be able to disconect the electical plug-in sending info the the gauge. try that. It can only be the sending unit or the gauge itself. I would start by pulling the power to each one.
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It happened to me, im not saying it is the same thing but look into it, mine was a actuator and pin in the steering column that was broken and wouldn't pull back when you turned the ignition off. Answer Sounds like you have a bad ignition switch. It stays in the run position instead of going to the off position and stopping the flowing of current to the ignition.