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2005 Mercury Grand Marquis Questions

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System is an automatic. Does not blow at all on w/o or heater. I checked the fuse. Do not know how to verify modules viability. Could module be the issue.

We bought this 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis in 2007. It only had 19,000 on when we bought it. In 2010 was the first time the A/C went out. Had it repaired for around $300 + . In 2011, it went out again and was told that by my mechanic that they would put dye in to see what was going on. The dye started to leak out and I took it back and they supposedly fixed the leak and that fix lasted for approx. 3 years and that cost was around $300 plus again.. In 2014 the A/C went out again. This time I took it to a dealership and was told that the condenser needed to be replaced. That was going to be around $800 including labor. I did take it to another mechanic here in town and they did a diagnostic on it and quoted me around $1100.00 to fix it. (They had to take all the Freon out to do the diagnostic) I could not afford that. Now here in 2016 the heater blower motor went out and they told me that it would cost around $180 to fix it BUT without the A/C being fixed it wouldn't be able to defrost the windows.
I LOVE this car.....but I have been without A/C since 2014 and now with winter coming on and the heater blower motor gone, I'm not sure how much heat I am going to have and if it will help heat my car. I am a senior citizen on a fixed income and need help as I cannot afford to buy a different car. What is going on with the A/C unit in this car? And what are your suggestions to resolve this issue?

Too much pressure on windshield. The wipers drag with loud noise.

I recently purchased a 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis GS with only 55,496 miles on it. The lady who sold it to me is 86 and took herself off the road. It had a flat that I replaced but the front tie rod was hanging rubbing against the driveway. Is it the tie rod that holds that together?

lights and gauges work clicking in relay box one of the relays feels hot

What tools to use, basically what do I need to do. I get no signal through the radio, the car wash ripped it off. I have a new one, just want to do things right without breaking anything.

When turning the wheel and driving the washers automatically engauge by themselves. My disconnects use to stop wipers from working. Have replaced wiper arm on column but was not the problem my email is Irwin0813@icloud.com

The wipers and gauge at all times and the washers work and they will change speed but will not stop.

I use my key to open the door,nothing happens get in a put key in ignition the emergency hazard flashers are activated, the car will start fine and drive fine all but the emergency flashers going off going down the road, I've tried getting a new battery for the keyless remote but it still happens what is going on? Oh and if the headlights are on the bulbs do not flash but you can still hear the blinking

Ran perfectly...and then all of a sudden it stopped and the dashboard lights seemed to be all crazy. Would not start for a week or two. Wipers do not work. Headlights are on all the time. Flashers are doing different things. IT is now starting fine but the dashboard lights are still acting crazy.

I drove another car exactly like mind same year and everything and it seems like it pull harder when u hit the gas I'm just hoping it's not a transmission problem I just spent my last on the car and I only had it a week

Upper/Lower ball joints.....
Upper "A" Arm front and rear bushing...
Lower "A" Arm(rear bushing) bolts and nut....
Steering Control Arm ball joint ...
Lower "A" Arm (pivot bushing) nut ....