Question about 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis
Start with the 2 easiest things first, fuses then relay switches under the hood. try this first. if not then its probably a short close by, or maybe the ignition switch going out. if the first 2 fail, try going to autozone they can pull up codes for your car. they use a light to pull up codes. its free. that might tell you what it is. its better than spending 50-100 bucks off the bat for diagnostic when you might get the answer for free. :)
Posted on May 10, 2010
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