Where would coolant be leaking from besides the hose in a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis Somewhere in the thermostat housing?
I thought mine was leaking from the hose also, but I had too much antifreeze in, and also the thermostat was stuck, I only got the leak after driving a long time or in hot weather
On a 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis : ( the thread on cap on your engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap ) The vehicle came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) Besides providing freeze protection the mixture also provides CORROSION protection ( until the corrosion package in the antifreeze is " used up " ) Ford states…
You want to lift your 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis to put your 24 inch rims on can you get springs off another vehicle to lift it?
24's? why... You can do anything if you have the time, tools, fab know how, but 24's on a marquis?, you might want to think how much $ besides whatever springs you use that it will need to ride correctly, more imporantly, safely. Ok, if I was goin to do this lol, get station wagon springs from a marquis, they also have rubber spacers in aftermarket cats to lift it higher, beware, you are looking…
Thermostat is out, or the water pump needs to be replaced typically. Also check to see if you actually have coolant in your radiator, may be a leak from somewhere besides the water pump. if you do change out the water pump, have them change the timing belt at the same time while they are in there.. very worth it.
Besides a new fuse what would cause the brake lights turn signals and emergency flasher to quit all at the same time on a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis?
I would first replace engine coolant (drain and refill). Replace thermostat when coolant is out of system. That's about all you can do, besides pay a hefty sum of money to a mechanic for diagnostics. Thermostat opens to let fluid circulate through engine block when engine has reached optimal temperature (usually 150+ degrees F). If it is not opening, you have a big problem that will cause overheating.
Type your answer here... A compound... duh! If it includes the names of more than one element, (in this case oxide=oxygen and mercury) and it is (obviously) safely enough combine for it to be named, it is a compound. Besides, if "element" means ONE ELEMENT, and the name includes mercury and oxygen, that means that there are TWO ELEMENTS, HELLO!