1994 Mercury Grand Marquis update, test drive, audio test!
In this video I'll give you a status update about my Grand Marquis. I will also do a test drive and will show you the capabilities of the stock speakers in this car! At the end some nice pics of the car :-)
1994 Grand Marquis 0-85
This is me in my new Marquis doing some acceleration runs for my brother to
see since he is in the army and is unable to check the car out in person.
The car doesnt have dual Exhaust on
it at this point but is on order and i will have video of that soon.
2004 Mercury Grand Marquis Blower Motor Repair -EricTheCarGuy
This video shows my little 'adventure' as I repair the blower motor on this
2004 Mercury Grand Marquis. The Grand Marquis is pretty much the same as
the Ford Crown Victoria or full sized Lincoln. I did end up fixing it in
the end but it took a little bit to get to the bottom of the problem. I'll
admit that was my own doing but all's well that ends well I suppose. There
is another version of this video that goes into more detail available to
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1997 Mercury Grand Marquis with 5-speed Manual Transmission, First Drive
A couple months ago, my friend Rob and I picked up a 1997 Mercury Grand
Marquis with 66k miles for $350. It had a major coolant leak and had been
neglected for a while, sitting in a cul de sac and covered in grime. We
COULD have just fixed it and sold it and turned a quick profit of a grand
or so but we did what any right-minded hooligan would do... we threw a
5-speed in it!
On the first test drive we hit the fuel cut off when the speedo hit 100 MPH
but we were only going about 30-40 due to the difference in speed sensors.
On this second test drive (but the first one where we could wind the car
out) the speed sensor was disconnected.
The 5 speed Grand Marquis Project: Stock 4.6 liter v8, TR3650-5 speed from
a 2006 Mustang GT, Fidanza
alum flywheel, 05 v6 Mustang Driveshaft with an extra 7
inches TIG welded into it, fabbed hydraulic clutch, dual Flowmaster Exhaust.
A brake pedal from a Crown Victoria and this car's brake pedal were
modified to fit next to each other and offer a natural driving position. We
installed a generic master cylinder (attached with a bracket to the brake
master) and a clutch line along the intake on the driver's side of the
engine down the wiring loom on the passenger's side in order to plumb the
slave cylinder and everything looks pretty much stock from under the hood!
The transmission tunnel had to be cut quite a bit in order to fit the
linkages and levers from the newer transmission and they intrude into the
passenger compartment. We're going to put some sound deadening down and
secure it with the rear floor air blower ducting that has been modified to
fit over the entire assembly. In the end, the carpet should install like it
was from the factory with a small hole cut for the shifter and a small boot
secured to the carpet.
With the stock 2.73 open differential this car is quite slow. That will be
rectified in the next couple of weeks when we find a 3.55 LSD and drop it
in. We'll also be getting rid of the pesky automatic shifter and button up
a few issues with sensors and interior components after it's running and
driving reliably. Oh yeah, the A/C blows cold also!
2000 Mercury Grand Marquis LS - View our current inventory at FortMyersWA.com
This is the perfect driver a 2000 Grand Marquis LS this car is a one owner
adult driven accident free car.This car runs and drives great like the day
it rolled of the showroom floor,all leather interior,power seats,CD
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1994 Mercury Grand Marquis in depth tour
This is my new Car that I bought last March; a 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis
LS with leather trimmed seats, V8 power with dual Exhaust, digital dashboard and what's more.
The video includes a detailed walkaround of the car in the state in which I
I only got time now to finally edit the video footage I took in March. I'll
try to post an update of the car soon since I did some work on the car.
1996 Mercury Grand Marquis Turbo firstname.lastname@example.org
I made it out to San Antonio Raceway, however I did not have a helmet, my
plan was to do some test runs, however I got egged on by a Tundra and ended
up hitting it pretty hard on the test run and ran a email@example.com. I was
unable to run again, I will be turning the Boost up this summer, we will see what it is
capable of then...
BTW the Tundra ran a 15.1@90mph