Question about 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check in the trunk and push the button on the Inertia switch. It should be on the drivers side of the trunk.
If this does not help, get a fuel filter and change it. If you can possibly get a fuel sample from the disconnected gas lines do it.
The new 10% gasohol will separate if it stands a few months. You may need to add fresh gas with a drying chemical like "Heet".
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
Had that problem on a BMW 2002. It was the leads to one or more of the door switches. try using an absorbant cloth and drying around the door alarm switch if it is separate. Somes door alarm leads are tied into the door light switch. Older cars have very obvious push pin switches for lghts. If that solves it, a little slicone sealant around the edge of the switch plate will help. Also, could be a similar switch on the hood or trunck lid.
Posted on Jun 17, 2012
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