Difficult to say without hearing the noise. It could be wheel bearing, brakes, fuel pump, plugged exhaust line or something wrong with the radio and it's comming out the rear speakers. Then again, it could be something altogether different. I think it is normal. I have 3 of them at my house. A Police Car and 2 LS's. All three do it and my mecanic said that they all seam to have started doing that about 10 or so years ago and not to worry about it. I asked when it did it on my First LS then I got the other two at other times and they all do it.
Just had my 2004 grand marquis convertor replaced (making an aweful noise). it cost me $250 for the part and then labor etc. total of bill for installing etc was $472.61.
low on freon compressor kicking in and out
what clicking noise in the dash of 1997 mercury marquis
Could be the Springs doing that. If it's a grinding noise, then it's the wheel bearings.
You can't, the serpentine belt (or fan belt) on a grand marquis is equiped with a self tensioner, if your belt is making noise it either needs to be replaced or one of the pulleys on the cars may be loose and would need to be replaced.
There could be many reasons why the 1993 Grand Marquis make noises when the doors lock. The wiring could be off, or the motor could be going out.
Its your bushings, they need to be replaced. About $200 at a shop.
I have a Grand Marquis and shortly after I start the car you hear a sound coming from the the engine side and that is the rear air suspension lifting the car up(the sound is the air being pumped into the airsuspension to lift the car)
I have a 1994 Grand Marquis and the buzzing noise that I hear every once in awhile is the load levelers (rear shock system) filling with air. Maybe this is what you are hearing and it is a coinencedence that it stops when you accelerate My 1994 Grand Marquis does something like that...it's the air intake thing (press the gas pedal, it moves a valve at the end of the overhead cam). That valve can stick open slightly and hum. You may notice the car idles faster when it buzzes. This can be fixed by going over the edge of the valve with fine sand paper.
Short of a complete engine rebuild, you could try a heavier viscosity synthetic oil. However, this is just a temporary fix at best. If you are hearing excessive lifter/rod noise, the engine is in need of major service.
If all the air isn't purged from the system, and if the fluid level is low, the pump will continue to make noise. Also, it may be that one of the idler bearings or accessory bearings are causing the noise, and not the steering pump.
More than likely the gears are stripping on the door lock actuator and will soon fail to work.
Which ever one or ones are making the noise, the lock actators have gone bad. The actuator comes as part of the door latch.
It makes a kind of a high pitched barking noise.
high pitched voice is when your voice goes high and the noise is like kind of squashed kind of noise and not really loud
if the noise is a high pitched squealing noise, the belt is slipping....if the noise is a whine or growling noise, the pump is low on fluid or the pump is bad
Get ready ... your blend door for your heat/ac is about to break. Pray it stops on AC if you live in a hot climate. Or, take it to an AC shop and have them replace it before it totally breaks.
Short high pitched noise such as made by a rat.
High pitched noise and cats.
any unpleasant souond is noise either it is music or anyothrthing else. noise r always high pitched
it could, i guess. maybe if it was really high pitched and the noise broke its tank/bowl.
I have mercury mountaineer 4x4 03 had grinding noise easy fix remove the shaft which connects the transmission to the rear end
Sorry, you need to be more specific. Noise from the back, front ? Wheels, engine?