Question about Mercury Marquis
It sounds like a starter switch but I have one question, Does it have an alarm with a starter kill switch? If it does I would look at that first. If you have an alarm installed, especially an after market alarm not installed by the factory, look for the power wire near the firewall for the alarm. This will have an inline fuse on it and usually runs along the firewall from the battery to the alarm horn. Remove this fuse. If the problem goes away you most likely have a faulty kill switch. If not then look for the Relay under the steering wheel and replace the relay. If the problem still persist, then look at the solenoid. with clicking under the steering wheel it sounds more like a relay or starter kill switch and being intermittent I would believe the starter kill switch is faulty. Removing power from the alarm circuit will tell you for sure.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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