Question about 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis
If it is bucking while driving every so often , or stalls when you slow down almost to a stop , it may be the crank position wire has a poor connection . it may also cause a no-start problem. the connector wire is on the passenger side of the engine underneath right behind the crank pulley.pull the wire connector off and check for corrosion on tab or inside of plug.... try using die-electric grease in the connector plug . it may solve your problem .
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