Question about Mercury Grand Marquis
Well there are places you can trade them in on rebuilt, try autozone or advance, expect to give them your old one and a few hundred dollars. And then you can also get another used one, albeit with lower mileage, from a junk yard or on ebay. Often identical compressors are on several years and models of cars, and if you can find the youngest one in terms of age and mileage which will fit you can save some money, but then you are putting a used part in.
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