Question about 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis
I had a 94, and now an 02, and have experienced some of the same problems. You would see a problem with the Bushings in tire wear. If you experience pulling or drifting to the same side as your last turn, have your balljoints checked.
Check your tire pressure, especially if this is a recent problem or you use a Quick change oil place. Make your tires harder by inflating them while staying below the Max amount. If you have tires with soft sidewalls the float will not go away.
The fronts have shocks. An alignment would show if bushings were needed. I put a 100,000 miles on my 94 after replacing the shocks, but they were replaced at 61000 giving the total 161,000 on the Air suspension. My 02 is still factory equipped.
This series of cars were durable vehicles. Any handling problem pointed to tires and Alignment. So far shocks are staying reasonable priced and you can get good deals on the Web, but deal with firms who give free shipping.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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