As on many cars these days, we often can be "bumped" in the rear while parked or otherwise and this can shut down the fuel system temporarily. Open your trunk lid and on the left side(fender area) there is a box or compartment cover. Just look around for it, its there... Inside there is a reset button... just press it and your vehicle should restart. Anything beyond this may r4equire the assistance of a mechanic..blah, blah...
The factory radio on a 1987 Mercury Grand Marquis is made to play local radio states and cassette tapes. It is connected to a high fidelity sound system.
under the dash, driver side floor
At the St. Thomas Assembly Plant (STAP) in Ontario, Canada
20 gallons , according to my Chilton book
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair manual : A ( 1987 ) Mercury Grand Marquis has a ( 20 U.S. gallon gas tank )
Recommended at every 25,000 miles
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : The ( 1987 ) Mercury Grand Marquis holds ( 20 U.S. gallons )
First check spark, if you have, then check the fuel pump for pressure.
go to auto zone and give make and model
No, not as standard.