You can see from the opening on your rear fender above the rear tire. There is a gap between the body and your car's full frame(it's about 2.5-3" gap). To turn the nut you need to reach in on the passenger side shock with your left hand beside the coil spring through the frame( has a hole) with a wrench to the nut. You just get enough room to turn. Undo this nut first and do the bottom after. If the nut is very stubburn you might need to use a nut splitter. Good Luck it is doable!
In the trunk.
Follow the Youtube instructions.
because heat core was removed?
left side of dash
approx 20 us gallons
( 20 U.S. gallons )
at the junk yard
It will fit, but you will have to worry about the computer.
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair manual : For a 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis : With engine oil filter change : Both the 5.0 / 302 and the 5.8 / 351 take ( 5.0 U.S. quarts )
Yes, a person can get a diagram of the PCV valve location in a 1989-1999 Mercury Grand Marquis. This diagram would be located in the maintenance books found in auto part stores.
its on the passenger side front near the front tire
(Licenced Technician) -- 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis does not use struts. It uses coil springs with separate shocks for the front and rear - except for some of the upscale trim Grand Marquis models, which run computer-controlled air suspension in the rear. Why are you wanting the "struts" changed? Are you having handling problems? Does the car sit low on one side? I have owned a 1991 Crown Vic and a 1989 Grand Marquis; front shocks are not really difficult (for me) to change; front coil springs are much more difficult. These cars were known for sometimes breaking coil springs. Unless you have a good solid garage floor, a couple of floor jacks, a complete set of line-up bars, and access to air tools, I would not recommend doing this job yourself. Hope this helps.
It is part of the power steering pump assembly.
it is either you have a shor in your wiring or you have a loose connectoin or you need a new relay
The starter solenoid is located (in a 1989 mercury grand marquis), as you raise the hood, on the left hand side of the engine compartment. Just behind the battery. (you should be standing right in front of the passenger side headlight.)
Marquis Maze was born in 1989.
On a 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis : The automatic transmission fluid level dipstick should be in the engine compartment , near the firewall ( the metal wall that divides the engine compartment from the passenger compartment ) just towards the passenger side of the vehicle ( where the rear of the engine connects to the transmission )
About 150, up to 190 hp with an all-round tune-up.
My manual says fuel tank capacity is 19.0 gallons (71.9L).
( 20 U.S. gallons ) according to my Chilton's repair manual
pre-heat spark plug, if this works then replace it.
It may not have one but if it does of course it will be located somewhere inside the glove box.
Yes it should have front struts and rear shocks.
Taya Marquis was born on 1989-02-08.