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How do i change the tires on a 1999 grand marquis?

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Unscrew the bolts.. usualls 6 or seven of them, then it will pull right off..

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My 1999 grand marquise got a flat tire on the freeway I'm going for about 3 minutes change the tire no and the car wont accelerate over 40 miles per hour anymore what could be wrong with it


If the rear tire was changed, there can be a difference in the tire size that was replaced. If the width is different or the sidewall Series is different or if the new tire is Metric instead of USA sizes, it will be different.

The car has revolution counters for each wheel. This is part of the antilock/anti-slip braking system on your car.

When the computer senses that one wheel is spinning at a different rate, it tries to slow the car down to stop the faster spinning wheel. It can choke the airflow to the engine and/or apply the brakes by itself.

It is also possible that the wiring or wheel sensor was damaged in the jacking process. Look at the area where you placed the jack. Also remember that if the tire came apart, loose pieces could have done the damage.

Feb 03, 2015 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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What kind of mercury grand marquis suspension issues are there?


I am sorry but luckily I have not had any suspension issues other than tie-rods, which need to be replaced periodically anyway. I did do suspension work last summer replacing the front ti-rods , wheel alignment/balance and new tires but since then the ride has been good.

Jul 11, 2014 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Changed left rear tire and put on the spare which is smaller in diameter. trac control lite comes on at 25 to 30mph. Is this the result of a different size tire and will it go away when i put the pr


Your suspicion is correct. The trac light will come on when you have unevenly worn or tyres of different sizes on your rear wheels. What's more, this problem is equally caused by faulty rear shock absorbers, especially in bends or uneven surface.

Nov 18, 2011 | 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis

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I have a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis. i noticed a little diff fluid coming from the right rear wheel. I changed the wheel seal and axle bearing and put it all back together and filled the rear diff with...


first swap to a front tyre to eliminate that issue


new bearing shouldn't be rumbling
to get the bearing square on and home
did you use a press to fit the bearing to the rear axle
or tube method ?

and did the seal kit have this nifty plastic seal fitter so axle didn;t rip the seal surface

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Apr 12, 2017 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Is there a special key that must be used to remove


yes there is go to the auto parts they may get you one for a samll price

Feb 21, 2010 | 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis

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What is the tire size for a 1995 Mercury Marquis?


On Firestone's site it says for a 1995 Grand Marquis with the handling package, the tire size is P225/60R16 with or without the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system).

For a 1995 Grand Marquis GS/LS with or without TPMS it says the tire size is P215/70R15.

The page I entered in the info is here:

http://www.firestonecompleteautocare.com/tires/index.jsp

Hope this helps.

Feb 16, 2010 | 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Need to change tire cant remove spare cuz its locked and cant getit unlocked help


IF YOU GET UNDER THE REAR AND REMOVE THE PLASTIC GUIDE CONE FOR THE TIRE WINCH
YOU CAN THE PRY OUT THE LOCKING BUTTON FOR THE WINCH DRIVE.

Nov 27, 2009 | 1999 Mazda Pickup

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How do you take off the spare tire from a Plymoth Voyager?


THERE SHOULD BE A HOLE IN THE REAR BUMPER THAT THE TIRE TOOL FITS IN. TURN THE CRANK-TOOL COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO LOWER THE SPARE TIRE. WHEN THE TIRE IS DOWN, LIFT THE TIRE ENOUGH TO SEND THE CABLE LONGWAYS THROUGH THE RIM. I HOPE THIS HELPS. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. GOOD LUCK

Sep 01, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Engine missfire 1999 grand marquis


Concerning engine miss. I have a 1999 Marquis. I have heard the problem goes back to cylinder head design. Once the injectors are worn, the burn in the cylinder becomes less efficient, causing the miss. Just by chance one weekend, I unloaded all the junk out of my trunk,(less weight, less load on engine). Also had tire pressure at old school levels (32 psi). Brought pressure up to the 44psi shown on tire and guess what, miss has left. Next fill up, I'm going to 89 octane for the slower burn.

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