It is a Mercury and Mercury is a division of the Ford Motor Company so...technically it is a Ford.
I have a 2003 mercury grand marquis will sputter around running 35 - 60 mph ?
Mercury Grand Marquis
in the fuse box
Yo man i dont know but ford Rocks man ROCK ON.
Wiring Diagrams Ford Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis 1989-1998 from AutoZone DIY http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/17/3d/a8/0900823d80173da8/repairInfoPages.htm
A 2002 Ford CrownVictoria and Lincoln Towncar
the fuse box on a 1991 ford grand marquis is located right under the steering wheel
hinge hood merqury gran marquis 1978
According to the 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis Owner Guide : ( DOT 3 brake fluid , meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A )
I have a 1998 ford grand Marquis- and the problem is the air suspension light stays on- how to fix this problem
Crown is by Ford, and Marquis is by Mercury. Same company. Just the body style. Like Chev and Pontiac.
A 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and ( GREEN color antifreeze , meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A )
The 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis owners manual shows : The use of synthetic or synthetic blend motor oil is not mandatory - the oil just has to meet Ford specifications
5w-30 is what I use in my 2000 grand marquis, in 2001 ford started saying 5w-20.
Yes, this can be done by a Ford dealer.
It's market is dying off. The Mercury brand is just a rebadged Ford which costs more. The Mercury Milan is nothing more than a rebadged Ford Fusion. Mercury Mariner is a Ford Escape. Mercury Mountaineer is a Ford Explorer, and the Grand Marquis is a Ford Crown Victoria. In the past the Mercury was a totally different car but in the last few decades that has not been true. Therefore Ford can save money by eliminated a duplicate brand of Ford cars it already builds.
take it to a good mechanic or a ford or merc dealer and they have to clear it for you
The Mercury brand of automobile was a marque of the Ford Motor Company. First launched in 1938, the final Mercury automobile, a Grand Marquis was manufactured in January 2011. Mercury are no longer making automobiles.
According to most aftermarket filter manufacturers and e-catalog data, it appears the 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis does not have a cabin air filter. Just to be sure, might be worth a call to the parts dept. of any Ford-Mercury dealer to verify.
Shocks front and rear