Question about 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis
My 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis has developed bad reception in the radio. The stations come in real strong for a period of time (5 to 10 minutes) and then I get a similar period of no reception for any station. I have checked the rear window antenea and connections and find no obvious issues. Is there something in the radio that is going bad? Can it be repaired?
Radio Reception Trouble Shooting Guide for Grand Marquis ...
Check following areas for loose connections:
A) Connection 1 behind radio.
B) Connection 2 behind psngr side kick panel.
C) Alleged Connection 3 behind glove box.
D) Connection 4 base of back window/rear shelf.
E) Connection 5 rear window.
F) If connections are good, problem is likely a loose/faulty RESISTOR at base of the rear window (where window antenna line connects to radio antenna cable) and/or a faulty Antenna Isolator Module located at the rear shelf. A complete FORD radio reception trouble shooting guide can be found by clicking the link below or copying/pasting the link into your browser's search window...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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