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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis Suspension Problems

2000 Mercury Grand Marquis suspension Problems 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis suspension Problems

20 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis. 5 of these members (25%) have reported suspension repairs for their car. A total of 7 suspension repairs to 2000 Mercury Grand Marquiss--an average of 0.4 per vehicle--have been reported.

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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis suspension repair cost distribution

Chart based on 7 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis

Engine not specified

66000 mi   front wheel bearing hubs 

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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis 4dr Sedan

215-horsepower 4.6L V8 4-speed automatic RWD

158000 mi US $35 Replaced worn rear shock absorbers. 
164300   Ball joint and leaking shock absorber. Replaced front left ball joint and front shocks. Also required alignment. Discovered defective tire too! 
168000   Front shock absorbers were both leaking heavily. These were replaced in 09/2013 and 10/2012 previously. No, I don't offroad my Marquis. It just eats shocks for some reason. 

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2000 Mercury Grand Marquis 4dr Sedan

200-horsepower 4.6L V8 4-speed automatic RWD

80000 mi US $80 Replaced 10(yes ten)yr. old battery. Bought in 2002/18k miles. Since,repairs for normal wear items only. Air suspension rear;(expansion joints? what are they?)but mushy handling for fast maneuvers so avoid race car driving techniques. 
124000 US $900 Upper and lower ball joints replaced. 
139000 US $400 Broken control arm, replaced. 

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