Last post on Jan 06, 2009 at 11:51 AM
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Ford LTD Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis, Sedan
#1 of 5 1985/86 Crown Victoria LTD RECALLS
Apr 03, 2007 (10:59 am)
Hi, Can anyone list the recalls for this period. My 1986 totally loses power at 25 mph and starts to shutter and will stall. Someone said a block item box was replace by the engine firewall.
Tune up, and replaced catylic converters. When at 25 mph I hear a loud whissle. Thanks
#2 of 5 Re: 1985/86 Crown Victoria LTD RECALLS [phoenixssn702]
by KarenS HOST
Apr 04, 2007 (7:21 am)
Edmunds.com only lists back to 1990, but searching the National Highway Traffic Saftey Administration site brings up one recall for the 1986 Crown Victoria.
Make : FORD Model : CROWN VICTORIA Year : 1986
Manufacturer : FORD MOTOR COMPANY
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number : 87V139000 Recall Date : SEP 01, 1987
Component: FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY:HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS
You can also get a full summary of the issue from NHTSA.
#3 of 5 Re: 1985/86 Crown Victoria LTD RECALLS [KarenS]
Apr 04, 2007 (9:18 am)
Thanks for that info which I did not know and of course Ford never notifies the owners anyway. Strange thing is I had to repair the gas lines last month because of a leak and the FI was sucking in air throught them. I was hoping this was my problem, but it did not. Cheers !!! Gene
#4 of 5 2001 mercury garnd marquis
Nov 09, 2008 (10:08 am)
My car keeps going to stall, and sometimes does completely lose power in traffic while accelerating. I have changed plugs and filters. Also torgue converter fluid. It is getting worse. Please help?
#5 of 5 Re: 2001 mercury garnd marquis [npeterson]
Jan 06, 2009 (11:51 am)
The LTD and grand marquis have had problems with their EGR crossovers leaking and the EGR valves getting carbon stuck in them. There used to be a screen you could add to prevent this in the older models but that part has been discontinued. That's a good place to start; clean the EGR valve, check the vacuum line attached to it, and inspect the cross-over tube for leaks.