Question about 1984 Mercury Marquis
I have replaced the starter relay 2 times. As the contacts stick when this happens. Thinking the starter was drawing too much amperage I checked it and it was 350 amps which is excessive. I replaced the starter and the relay again and checked the ground wire to the block seems ok. hooked up the battery and it did it again. I checked the ignition switch and it seems to be operating normally. Any ideas are gratly appreciated
Sounds like a faulty ignition switch. Its not releasing properly from the start mode. the amp draw could be caused by a bad starter main lead,look for bubbles in the insulation along the entire wire. this is an indication of corrosion inside the insulation which will greatly increase amp draw.Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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it is on the fender near the battery and is also referred to as the starter solenoid (if you follow the large wire from the positive terminal of the battery at the other end will be your relay/solenoid)
hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
disconnect battery,,jack car up,,put jack stand on frame,,take starter bolts out,(may not be easy),,take wires off starter,,hoped it helped,,
Posted on May 08, 2010
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Never smoke when working around or near gasoline! Make sure that there is no igniting source near your work area! Fuel Injected Engines The fuel filter is of a one-piece construction which cannot be cleaned. If it becomes clogged, it must be removed and replaced. When replacing the fuel filter use the filter specified for the engine being serviced. The inline filter is mounted on the same bracket as the fuel supply pump. It is on the frame rail under passenger side of the vehicle, in front of the fuel tank. To replace the filter: Fig. 4: Whenever you see a warning label, read it
Fuel supply lines on fuel injected vehicles will remain pressurized for some time after the engine is shut off. Fuel pressure must be relieved before servicing the fuel system.
Fig. 6: With a rag under the hose to catch any gasoline spillage, slowly separate the line from the filter
Fig. 8: Lower the filter assembly, then separate the pieces
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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JUST REGULAR ANTI-FREEZE / GREEN IN COLOR . YOU CAN USE THE ORANGE KIND BUT YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS FLUSHED - CLEANED, BECAUSE CAN'T MIX THE TWO TOGETHER. JUST USE THE GREEN.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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