Question about 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis
Check with Autozone and Oreillys for pricing on the bladders. It is also possible to get Salvage parts from either another Marquis or Crown Vic. The $248 labor charge does not seem too high. You could check around and ask how many hours it takes and the hourly rate.
There are some businesses that recondition the bladders, but that is already admitting what they have went flat some time ago.
I had air bladders on a 1994 Crown Vic with 161,000miles and my 2002 Marquis has 47,000 miles on the original rear bladders. So it does not seem to matter the age or miles but the climate the car is operated in.
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