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Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis, Lights, Electrical, Sedan
#199 of 246 Re: Autolights on 2003 Merc Grand Marquis not working [videoparadise]
Dec 29, 2011 (6:26 pm)
Found the Light control module right behind passenger glove compartment. How do I remove???
#200 of 246 Headlights not staying on
Jan 08, 2012 (12:11 pm)
I want to thank beachbob remarks. He explained rather than pay $511 for a LCM light control module quoted from my dealer 12/15/11. Replace the relay. He was correct you will have to know someone who can unsolder the old relay and replace with new relay. The relay on my 2004 grand marquis is back ordered from -Mouser in mansfield,tx. part # 551-EQI-11111S. I found a comparable one from Well Gain electronics on the internet. The part # MR301-12HSL . The relay was under $10 plus shipping all said and done for under $20. beachbob is correct. The LCM is to the right of the steering column with 3 harness jacks. The size is about 4"wide x 7"long. After you take off 2 different under dash covers it is mounted flat on a slidemount clip to a metal housing. It's fairly easy to remove. To dismount out of open metal housing I pushed the LCM box upwards till removed from metal housing. Once you have the LCM removed you will need a star screwdriver for 2 screws and also pressing inward on the side tabs. As beachbob mentioned
you will see yellowish/brown discoloration around the relay indicating which relay is the one to replace. I want to say thank you to beachbob for being a stand up guy in helping others in need. I didn't have the $511 for the LCM nor money to "code" the new LCM nor probaly $2oo more for the mechanic all in all arounr $800-900 dollars. I also want to thank Edmunds for a forum like this one.
#201 of 246 Re: Headlights not staying on [happynow2]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Jan 09, 2012 (10:34 am)
Glad you were able to solve your problem much more cheaply than anticipated!
And we also thank beach_bob for sharing his solution. You never know what solutions might turn out to be a life (and wallet) saver for other owners.
#202 of 246 Power/fuses Problems
Jan 23, 2012 (10:30 pm)
I have 2004 Grand Marquis! As I was putting in my remote start I ended up touch the main 12v wire(green) to the metal under the dash; ground it out. I need help founded the fuse? Also, I have a number of fuses in my control panel under the dash that is not getting power. I checked and replaced fuses but still no power!
What should I try next?
#203 of 246 Re: head light go 2004 crown vic. [beach_bob]
Jan 25, 2012 (8:05 am)
I have not been able to find the pictures on the LCM repair either.
Are they still available?
#204 of 246 Re: head light go 2004 crown vic. [beach_bob]
Feb 04, 2012 (11:26 pm)
Many Thanx to Everyone That offered this Info about the relays. I just repaired the LCM on My Wife's 2005 Gran Marquis with about 70,000 miles on it. It has the adjustable gas pedal and had to be unplugged before it would come out around the gas pedal motor. The soldering was fairly easy, The hardest part for Me was unplugging that single connector on top. after I figured out how to get it off the rest was a piece of cake! The Dealers DID NOT get My $$$.
#205 of 246 Re: 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis electrical problems [fordgirl4]
Feb 05, 2012 (9:22 am)
Did you try taking off your driver door panel and disconnecting the keyless entry touchpad? The buttons corrode and cause the domelight to come on whenever.
Feb 14, 2012 (8:33 pm)
.I have a 2004 crown victoria p71. out of no were my head lights turn signals interior lights dash rear defrost wiper motor and horn stoped working. ran scaner got dtc codes b1352 and b2498. check them out to be fine. giving head light switch clean power from an outside power sorce head lisght and parking lights light up but no turn signal. could go into further deatail but seeing if anyone has had a simular problems with there car. any help would be greatly apreciated.
#207 of 246 Re: Headlights not staying on [kirstie_h]
Feb 17, 2012 (10:59 am)
I am in the process of removing the LCM from an 05 Crown Vic.
I have the box hanging down but am having trouble getting the largest of the 3 harness connectors removed. Any suggestions? Also, when I disconnected the first two harnesses, the lights came on and would not turn off until I replaced the harnesses.
#208 of 246 Re: Headlights not staying on [happynow2]
Feb 17, 2012 (11:21 am)
Thanks to you and beachbob. I have the box hanging down but am having difficulty getting the largest of the 3 harness connectors out. Any suggestions? Also, is the part number on the relay?