Question about 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis
I had same problem when in the rain or car wash turned into a $1000.00 repair for a losse couple of bolts holding the drip channel under the windshield with bolts below the carpet, it will take 2 people the fix one inside car one outside under hood, good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Stop the car as this sounds like a heater core leak which will eventually drain the water from the engine cooling system and sieze your engine
Try undoing the two hoses in the engine bay area going through the fire wall to the passenger side. Thes two hose can be blanked of or even joined to reseal the coolant within the engine untill yuo can have the leak repaired. Note check the coolant level when engine has cooled prior to trying this fix.Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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