There are two different ways they did this on the 95-97 Grand Marquis. Some have a flasher module, about $12.00. It will be located on the left side of the dash, in the fusebox. If your car doesn't have one there, the flasher is built into the lighting control module (About $325-350). That module is on the inside of the firewall, just left of the steering column. Another source of your problem could be the multifunction switch, which controls the turn signals, flashers and high/low beam switch. It's the box inside the steering column that the turn signal stalk attaches to. The turn signals and flashers portion of it has been known to go out, while everything else on it works. Replacing it is a nuisance, as the tilt lever is in the way. Good luck.
Flashers are usually located under the dash on the drivers side. Look for a tall square silver looking box that is plugged into the fusebox.
Before going through all the trouble, if your hazard flashers and turn signals aren't working spray some WD-40 on the hard switch and in between the steering column it may turn them back on. It worked for me.
Replace the flasher relay if none of them are working.
Should just unplug
how to remove right turn signal relay on 1986 mercury grand marquis
I have a 1996 Grand Marquis. If one of the brake lights goes out the signal on that side flashes faster. I would check the brake/tail lamps.
connected to the turn signal
On a 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis the windshield washer squirter button is on the end of the turn signal lever
Mercury Grand Marquis was created in 1983.
assuming you mean the light bulbs, see the answer to "how do you change turn signal lamps both front and rear on a 96 mercury grand marquis" right here in WikiAnswers.
On a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis : In the fuse panel under the dash : ( # 16 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter and emergency flasher relay )
There isn't one. The 1995 Grand Marquis uses a lighting control prossessor. They are very expensive to replace. The part cost me $325.00.
Under dash, driver's side.
I believe that is on a fuse panel under dash near drivers left knee