Mercury Grand Marquis Model Overview
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Mercury Grand Marquis Questions
Car Won't Go Past 30 Mph. It Seems As Though It Won't Catch The Next Gear. ...
I did an transmission oil/ filter change hoping that was the problem but it still continues to do this.
Just Bought A Used 1999 Marquis - Found Original Code But Think It Has Been...
Think the original code may have been changed. How can we get it reset? How much does it cost to have it reset and get a new number or reset factory number?
2003 Grand Marquis Replaced Heater Core, Now Air Only Blows Out Floor Vents...
our a/c stopped working, we were advised it was the heater core. The air was blowing fine out of all the vents. After replacing the core, we get the car back, the begins only flowing out the floor ven...
How Do I Know If My Blower Motor Resistor Is Out Also How Do I Know If The ...
my heater and air conditioning not working nothing is blowing inside the car how do I find out which parts I need to replace (blower, switch, blower resister) please help It's cold for real
Why Do The Brakes Sometimes Fail To Activate?
Every so often (its happened twice) the brakes will not engage at all. The car continues to move forward as though no pedal pressure is being applied.
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About the Mercury Grand Marquis
The Grand Marquis is one of those classic full-sized, rear-wheel-drive American cars that may never go away - after all, the flagship model has always been a great seller for Mercury. Its big V8 makes it powerful, its substance makes it safe, and the amenities Mercury puts into it make it comfortable.
This sibling to the Ford Crown Victoria has not seen many style changes; it does not need them. It was introduced in 1983, yet it's only in its third generation, which began in 1988. The Ford Motor Company plans to keep making the Grand Marquis for at least a couple more years, but they may drop the word Grand from the name, as this is the only current Mercury model that does not begin with the letter M.
The Grand Marquis is much more popular with general consumers than its sibling car, as the Crown Victoria is mostly sold for fleets and is especially popular with law enforcement. Although times have certainly changed, there is still a market for the long and luxurious American car.