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How to fix rotors on 95 mercury grand marquis


Due to the great coasting ability of the MGM cars, rotors seem to over heat from too much use on long downhill driving conditions.

Removing them is done in concurrence with a new brake job.

These should never be reground, as they are too thin afterwards and will warp again quickly. Buy quality new replacements with full lifetime warranty

Feb 27, 2014 | 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis

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I have 2001 mercury marquis Lf rear parking brake popped how do I remove the rotor


Cable and linkages are likely seizedwith rust and/or ice. Remove bottom caliper bolt to remove caliper up and off rotor.Un-bolt caliper support to allow removal of rotor. Make sure parking brake eyelet protruding throuth backing plate isin the off position that is pointing to rear ofcar; secure with vice grips if necessary.Now proceed to tap rear face of rotor all arround on inside to remove Depending how badly it is corroded and internally seized,(also worn groove) ,rotor and internalparking brake shoes will have to be sacrifiiced and replaced. Purchase new hold - kit emergency brake shoes and rotors for both rear wheels

Feb 02, 2011 | 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis

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04@yahoo.comI rolled the window down on my 94 Mercury Marquis and all I got was a crunch crunch crunch. What happened? Is ti hard to fix? Will I need any special tools?


_31.gif I had the same problem, remove inner door panel remove plastic, drill or cut rivets that hold winow regulator in place, I used a dremel to remove rivets, replace rivets with 1/4 nuts and bolts and lock washers, rear windows are a little easier than front.

Dec 22, 2010 | 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis

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When applying the brakes, the whole car shimmys. replaced rear rotors , turned front rotors , and replaced all the pads


I think you should get the Tierod ends checked. When you get a Front-end alignment, the mechanic will check them. Although you turned the front Rotors, when you start Braking the front tires can wander differently than when they freewheel.

Sometimes you can get a rust problem on the Rotors that were just made shiny. Moisture on the pads imprints a rust blotch on the Rotor and they grab at the rust until the rust wears down. Then they are ok.

When the rear Rotors were replaced check your bill and see if the Emergency brake shoes were changed. The E brakes should have been adjusted when the Rotors were replaced. The Shimmy you describe can also be the ABS working. The ABS is a pulsating Brake action.

Get your front-end checked first, then as the mechanic road tests it when the Alignment is complete, he can judge the brakes.,

Sep 10, 2010 | 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Front brakes grinding new rotors and pads? Are there discs in rear?


Have a mechanic visually check the front brakes and rotors.

As far as the rear, pull the tires and look to see if there are rotors or drums on the rear axle.

Apr 15, 2010 | 1991 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Grease has spun out soaking the caliper and brake lining on my mercury grand marquis 1994 with rear disc brakes.how do i repair this


you should replace the pad cause the will have absorbed the fluid, if the seal is good on the caliper they can just be cleaned, and wash the rotors wit brake clean, replace the axle seals and all should be ok

Nov 14, 2009 | 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis

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2002 pontiac Grand Am, the wheels keep locking up while


Not likely any bearings...
Most likely the brake pads are worn down to the metal rivets that hold the braking material to the shoes (or pads).

The rivets have made a "rut or ridge" in the brake rotor or the brake drum.

If the sound is in the back, then the brake shoes must be replaced and at least one drum has to be replaced.

If the sound is in the front, then the brake pads must be replaced and at least one rotor has to be replaced. The front rotors can be viewed easily with a flashlight, shining through the wheel.

The read drums may be very difficult to remove; patience.... and care...


Sep 21, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

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Rumbul nnoise in front when brakes are appled


The brake pad is worn down to the rivet that holds the pad to the base.
The metal rivets are in contact with the metal brake rotor.
Metal-against-metal...
Replace both front brake pads and at least one rotor.
You should be able to see both front rotors w/o removing the wheels.
The rotor with rings like Saturn (the planet) is the one to replace.

Replace soon before the other rotor meets the same fate.

Hope this helps!

Sep 11, 2009 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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2003 Grand Marquis brake rotors


here's a good instructional video on replacing the rotors... any more information you need feel free to ask.

http://www.monkeysee.com/play/11914-how-to-replace-brakes-brake-pads-and-rotors

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Apr 13, 2009 | 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis

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I have a 2003 mercury marquis. Both rear hubs


If you have the caliper and retaining rings off the park brake must be holding it. This vehicle has small parking brake shoes that apply to the inside of rotor hat. Try backing off the adjustment and tap the sides of the hat to free them up.

Mar 22, 2009 | 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis

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