Mercury Grand Marquis Problem Report
Mercury Grand Marquis Wear on rear axle shafts may cause excessive play and gear oil leaks
Wear on the rear axle shafts near the bearings can create excessive play and lead to gear oil leaking past the seals. Gear oil will leak onto the brake backing plate, brakes, and wheels.
rear end started leaking. added 1.5 quarts of oil before full. just starting the repair process. looking for help - Visitor
Same problem cost me $700 to get it fixed had to have a new axel!!!!!!! 11111111111111111111 - Visitor
small rear diff leak - Visitor
leakage, and virabration in seats. thanks - jake w jack
I bought this car with 123,000 miles, within 20,000 miles I had to replace the rear axle's and the had to have the rear end cleaned $1,ooo.oo . I travel a lot so I thought I should be good!? no, I now have 280,000 miles with in 3 years, the rear axles and read end have been replaced 3 times and I have to do it again and this will make 4. the front shocks (bad problem) removed and replaced, heater repaired 2 times..... I love the car but what the heck, they need to do better than this. All of the repairs are way to expensive and the makers should give my money back so I can get a car that is worth driving long distance - Visitor
My whole back and front brake system was changed down to the calibers and its been almost a year and no problems with that area of the car - Visitor
gear oil leaking driver side rear - Visitor
1989... same problem resulting in a bent axle. - Visitor
Why does my car start fine, but won't go into gear.
shop says oil pan drain plug is worn out, that next time i get an oil change (have 47000 miles...
my engine is losing oil--i fill it and drive and it leaks out to a certain point and then stop...
how likely than not is it coming from oil filter? or whats other places it can stem from plz he...
It only leak when I first start her up for the day but after that she don't leak