Mercury Grand Marquis owners have reported 7 problems related to fuses and circuit breaker (under the electrical system category).
The contact owns a 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis. While driving 65 mph and the headlights suddenly shut off. The vehicle was towed. The contact drove to a dealer and the dealer informed the contact that a 25 amp fuse was in place of a 20 amp fuse and caused the headlights to stop working. The dealer replaced the fuse and no other failures have occurred. The contact also stated that the vehicle has never experienced any electrical problems and he does not feel comfortable driving it. The failure mileage was 149,000.
See all problems of the 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis.
Vehicle would not shift out of park. Inspected fuses and found blown 15 amp fuse. Replaced and vehicle worked properly. Parked in driveway. 30 minutes later, car is on fire. Vehicle is totaled.
See all problems of the 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis.
car is having a problem with the number 15 fuse. This fuse is responsible for the dashboard, interior lights, door locks, temp control, has been replaced 5x. Dealer reportscant find problem. Dealer reports there is no repair for vehicle. No other problems with vehicle. Owners main concern is that you cant see the speed when driving, especially at night.
See all problems of the 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis.
The contact had to replace fuses approximately every three to four days. The dealer said it may be the clock spring, but they would have to perform a diagnostic test to confirm the problem. The diagnostic test has not been performed. The contact reported that the condenser went out at approximately 40,000 miles.
See all problems of the 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis.
Stop light connector was overheating and burning up wiring. Dealer was notified, and informed consumer that problem was not covered under a recall. Consumer states vehicle has to be started under the emergency start, if started in park it will not shift out of park, consumer states also while driving there are no stop lights.
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Headlights went out while driving. Stopped vehicle and turned off automatic control, turned lights on manual. Reset the automatic control on and lights stayed on. Previously (two different times) the head lights have come on while vehicle was parked.
Steering is very hard to control, it goes where bumps and dips take you. Car will jump all over the road. Steering has constant pull to left with lots noise. Also steel to steel slamming noise. Steering colum inside car moves. Dealers look make some adjustments,say found no problem. But problems continue. I returned for repeat preformance. Very rough ride front and rear . Electrical problems surfacing, lights flickering,dash,dome headlights etc. , engine cut out as if I turned it off and then came back on each time ihave been sitting still, talk about a dangerous driving situation! again the dealer checks it out finds no problem says they cant always find a problem until it happens and they have the car when the problem occurs. Alot of good thats going to do driving down the highway at 60mph with 5 kids in the car!!! the air conditioning doesn't cool well at first they said no problem the weather got very hot ,they set an appointment. They found low pressure replaced low prssure clutch switch. I took the car in again for poor front end and steering control now adding to the list aloud slamming together of 2 pieces of steel coming from the left front tire area either going over bumps or dips I can't tell which because it happens randomly. The solution, the dealer checks the right side! so the car goes back again .
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||
|Headlights Turn Off While Driving problems||
|Horn Assembly problems||
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||
|Underhood Wiring problems||
|Ignition Switch problems||