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No. If you could just grab the computers and security system, it could be worth the time and money. You would have to pull all the electrical inside and out, plus many of the switches and components.
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
Yes and no..yes u need the keys from marauder becouse the ecu is has built it transfonder and if the donor is not a transfoner key system....NO becouse if you dont have the key from a donor car will not work to a car ull put it in.
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes they both use the same basic 4.6 Liter V8 engine, the difference is the Marauder engine is a higher powered and uses Dual Overhead Camshafts and 4 valves per cylinder (DOHC) the Grand Marquis is Single Overhead Camshaft (SOHC), it will bolt in but you will need the all the electronics and the wiring harness including the Powertrain Control Module/computer (PCM) to make it work. You will greatly increase the Horse power of the Grand Marquis.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
SOURCE: 2001 mercury grand marquis
Check under the dash at your Brake pedal interlock switch. It is timed with the gearshift Interlock and Ignition switch. This switch usually gets hit by feet and dislodged or broken. When you shift out of Park, the switch is toggling to a broken piece and shorting out.
The brake interlock switch is at the top half of the pedal lever. The other part of the Interlock uses a rod or cable in the steering column Ignition switch and mates with the shifting mechanism.
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
If the fan will not run on ANY speed in your Grand Marquis, the problem is most likely NOT the control switch.
Check for power and ground at the blower motor connector. If power and ground is present, replace the blower motor. Otherwise, the problem is most likely a failed blower speed control module (VERY common). The blower motor speed controller is located in the A/C evaporator housing just below the heater hoses.
Note: It is also common for a bad blower motor to CAUSE the controller to go bad. You MAY have to replace BOTH.
Posted on May 17, 2012
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