my grand marquis 2005 one side is lower then other side

Asked by May 24, 2017 at 05:40 AM about the 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my grand Marquis 2005 one side lower then other side i changed all shock
and coil spring result is same.....

5 Answers

76,245

One side lower than the other, is this on the front of the vehicle or the back? Also front or rear did you change the coil springs. Is there a air spring in the rear?

55,165

Shocks alone, do not have ANY control of ride height. Struts do because the have a spring around them. You may have a bad rear air spring (air bag), broken air line or bad air spring solenoid on the rear.

i changed coil spring and shock rear and front... rear left side is down

76,245

About the only thing it could be is a bad spring cup, or the frame is bent.

55,165

Or a bad air spring, or air spring solenoid if equipped with rear air suspension.

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