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2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Overview
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Based on 3 reviews
Essentially a carry-over from the previous year, the 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis is a six-passenger, rear-wheel-drive sedan availabe in entry-level GS and better-equipped LS models. Power for both models is provided by a 4.6-liter V8 engine that produces 224 horsepower. The flexible-fuel engine can be configured for either gas or E85 ethanol fuel. A four-speed automatic transmission is standard.
The 2008 Grand Marquis is equipped with a wide range of standard features, including four-wheel anti-lock brakes, a fail-safe engine cooling system, side-intrusion door beams, a tire pressure monitoring system, a SecuriLock anti-theft ignition system, and a Personal Safety System for the driver and passenger that includes dual-stage front airbags and safety belt energy management retractors.
Other standard features include air conditioning, power windows, mirrors, and door locks, an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a tilt steering wheel with cruise control, 16-inch wheels with chromed covers, and an AM/FM stereo system with a CD player.
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Mercury Grand Marquis Questions
How Do I Remove The Climate Control Unit From The Dash?
Automatic Climate Control 2008 Grand Marquis
My 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis does not blow air. You can adjust the temperature, and you will feel cold air (or warm air) but the fan doesn't work. My mechanic is saying we need a whole new in-dash ...
Door Lock Number Pad 2008 Mercury Grand Marrquis
2008 Grand Marquis. Went through the trouble to take off door panel to find the numbers for the exterior door lock number pad but numbers were smeared and unreadable. Is there any other way. Thanks.
Window Goes Down But Up Part Of Switch Seems Dead
The switch has been a little finicky for a couple of weeks working better on one side than the other, could there be a bad contact?
Can I Access The Switch Without Taking The Whole Door Panel Off?
The switches are on the armrest part of the door, can this be accessed without removing the entire door panel?