Question about 1984 Mercury Grand Marquis
The easiest way to start is to pull each fuse one at a time and see if the draw goes away. if it doesn't than reinstall that fuse and pull the next. Repeat this process until the draw goes away. Once you know what fuse stops the draw you can figure out what that fuse powers up and move on to systematically disconnecting each one of those components until the draw goes away.
Before I do anything with a draw I like to check things like under hood lights, glove box lights, and trunk lights to make sure they are turning of when they are supposed to.
When you figure out what fuse stops the draw post a reply and I'll be more than happy to assist you on the components that fuse protects.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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