Used Mercury Grand Marquis

Mercury Grand Marquis Questions

I Recently Bought A 95 Grand Marquis It Has Sat For 9 Years

i have replaced the battery and terminals as they were extremely corroded and it cranks over but does not start the fuel relay clicks but i am not getting any fuel to the rail emergency shut off fue...

Electrical Issues? 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis

My 2003 grand marquis has been having an issue recently. Ill be driving and out of no where the radio seizes up and starts to crackle, with a few things happening. The ABS, traction light, battery lig...


Locked Keys In Trunk

I locked my keys in the trunk of my car and the trunk release button is broke what do I do

No Power No Lights Nothing Bot Battery Is Full And When I Jump It It Runs

Grand Marquis no power to my lights.are anything dead ones I jump it it runs than turn off and it won't start again

Misfire After Coil And Plug And Injector Replacement

I have a 2003 mercury grand marquis with a 4.6l engine. It threw a misfire 1 code and misfire 5 code. I replaced the coils and plugs and it's still misfiring on cylinder. It had perfect compression...

Mercury Grand Marquis Overview

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.

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