Remove the rear wheel, you now have access to the brake drum. to remove it may be another story. There may be a few obstacles. First may be adjustment: You need to access the the backing plate, and remove the rubber plug if equipped. Then using a brake adjusting tool, back off the adjuster. It this still does not release it may be because of 2 more possibilities, one is a frozen drum to the hub (take a large hammer and hit between the studs-DON'T HIT THE STUDS. Second may be a worn drum from the linings wearing into it. Take it to a pro at this point, you may still lose the shoes or hardware in the process. Good luck, BClear
AREN'T THE REARS ON ALL GRAND MARQ's DISC BRAKES AFTER 1990 ?
No. Optional equipment with the ABS system through at least 1993.
I know that 1992+ are discs, but the rears have drums built into them for the emergency brake. So the answer is: Yes and no. However, to access the rear emergency brake pads is a different process than is typical for a rear drum setup.
It involves removing the axle shafts, so I would recommend taking it to a shop.
i have no heat in my 1994 mercury grand marquis. what could cause the heat to stop working
.054 is the gap for the Mercury Grand Marquis.
How do you replace the timing chain on a 1994 mercury grand marquis
There should be an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment ( a 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis is OBD I , EEC-IV )
take it to a shop
A 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis has the 4.6 liter / 281 cubic inch Single Over Head Cam ( SOHC ) V8 engine from the factory
In a 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis : It came from the factory with the 4.6 liter / 281 cubic inch , Single Over Head Cam ( SOHC ) V8 engine
Take to old one out and put the new one in. Access from inside the trunk.
Run it in to a tree???
A 1994 Grand Marquis came from the factory with 190 horsepower (if equipped with only a single exhaust setup) or 210 (if equipped with a dual exhaust setup).
yes it will i have a optima battery in my 1995 marquis
Underneath the trunk lid
16 city 24 highway.
Could be the tires, or your front brake rotors
L/H REAR OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT ON FENDER
190, or 210 with dual exhaust option
Remove the transmission and take it off.
You must remove the dash.
Should be under the air filter box.
thats my question to you