Question about 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis
I have the book for the 98 and it says to check the corect wheel bearing adjustment first. or you can do what I did and take it to sears and have then do a free check to tell you what you need.
Posted on Jan 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tie Rods?? Ball Joints??
at such low milage i seriously doubt that it is the tie rods unless you have a problem with the vehicle wandering down the road. with loose ball joints you would have a alignment problem as well and you would notice a cupping on the tires which you did not mention. I would start by looking at eithere the strut or strut mounts and or the shock and shock mounts for looseness or cracks. also make sure your tires are not over inflated this would cause the shock of the ruts to be amplified to the frame.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
raise the truck and have some one rock the steering wheel back and forth while you look for excessive movement at the idler arm - also check is the input shaft on the steering gear box rotating more than the output(pitman arm side) i've seen more steering box failure in the last several years especially true with big tires or boggy road driving, a rebuilt box can be bought at a local parts store- o'reillys, advance, napa etc.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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