Question about 1985 Mercury Grand Marquis
Posted by Anonymous on
Many people bypass the heater core if it is leaking. It stops the leak but then you have no heat.
The core itself looks like a small radiator and is located inside the big box under the dashboard and isn't very easy to remove. You will need a chilton or haynes manual to guide you through the job or bring it to a shop and have them do it.
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