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ADDITIONAL
Additional FEATURES
Features
SPECIFICATIONS
LOCATION OF THE SPARE TIRE
AND JACK
2004 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
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Ford Motor Company
Customer Relationship Center
16800 Executive Plaza Drive
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48121
1-800-392-3673 (FORD)
(TDD for the hearing impaired:
1-800-232-5952)
All information contained in this
Mercury Quick Reference Guide was
accurate at the time of duplication. We
reserve the right to change features,
operation and/or functionality of any
vehicle specification at any time. Your
Lincoln Mercury dealer is the best
source for the most current information.
For detailed operating and safety
information, please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
Your vehicle will be equipped with either
a full-size spare or a temporary spare.The
temporary spare is smaller than a regular
tire and designed for emergency use only.
Either spare will be located on a shelf in the
trunk, just under the rear window.The jack
may be located under the mini spare tire or
in front of the full size spare tire.
FUSES
If electrical components in your vehicle are not
working, a fuse may have blown. Blown fuses
are identified by a broken wire within the fuse.
To learn about changing fuses, please consult
your Owner’s Guide.
UNLEADED FUEL RECOMMENDATIONS
TRUNK RELEASE
HOOD RELEASE
Use “Regular” unleaded gasoline with an
(R+M)/2 octane rating of 87. Mercury does
not recommend using “Regular” gasoline
with an octane rating of 86 or lower in high
altitude areas.
Your trunk release is located on the trim panel of the driver’s door; press the
control to open the trunk.
The hood release handle is located below the instrument panel. Pull the
handle toward you to release. From the front of your vehicle, release the
auxiliary latch under the front center of the hood and lift until the lift
cylinders hold it open.
TIRE PRESSURE
Adjust the tire pressure to the recommended
specifications found on the Certification label.
When checking pressure, use an accurate tire
pressure gauge. Check tire pressure when the
tires are cold, after the vehicle has been parked
for at least one hour or has been driven less
than 3 miles. Warning: Improperly inflated
tires can affect vehicle handling and can
fail suddenly, possibly resulting in loss of
vehicle control.
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
During your vehicle’s 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty period, every new Mercury vehicle
includes the assurance and support of a 24-hour emergency Roadside Assistance program.
Roadside Assistance includes such services as fuel delivery, tire changes, jump starts, and help when
you are locked out of your vehicle.
Please complete your Roadside Assistance identification card and keep it in your wallet for quick
reference. This card can be found in your glove compartment, in your Mercury Owner's Guide
portfolio.
FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH
If you’re involved in a collision and attempt to restart your vehicle, your engine may crank but not
start. That may mean the fuel shut-off switch has been activated.You’ll find the switch on the left
side of the trunk behind the left rear taillight and the trunk liner. For information on resetting, please
see your Owner’s Guide.
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duplication. We reserve the right to change features, operation and/or functionality of any vehicle
specification at any time. Your Mercury dealer is the best source for the most current information.
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For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
ELECTRONIC COMPASS (IF EQUIPPED)
Located in the overhead console, this compass may be affected when you
drive near large buildings, bridges, power lines and powerful broadcast
antennas.To make compass adjustments, please see your Owner’s Guide.
POWER SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
The power seat controls are located inside each front door. Press the top of
the control to recline the seat back forward or backward. Slide the lower
control to move the seat forward or backward. Press either end of the same
control to move the seat cushion up or down.
REMOTE ENTRY SYSTEM
The remote entry system allows you to lock or unlock all vehicle
doors without a key.
Unlocking the doors
Press this control to unlock the driver’s door.The interior lamps will
illuminate with the ignition OFF. Press the control a second time
within five seconds to unlock all doors.
Locking the doors
Press this control to lock all doors.The horn will chirp and the
parking lamps and tail lamps will flash to confirm the control
was pressed.
Opening the trunk
Press this control once to open the trunk.
Sounding the panic alarm
The panic feature operates with the key in the OFF position.
Press this control to activate the alarm.To deactivate the alarm, press the
control again, or turn the ignition to ACC or ON.
POWER WINDOWS
Press the bottom portion of the switch to lower, the upper portion to raise.
To use the one touch down feature, press double arrow and release quickly;
the window will open fully. Depress again to stop window operation. The
window lock feature allows only the driver to operate the power windows.
Press the left side of the window lock to prevent passengers from lowering
power windows; press the right side to restore use of the controls.
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
Power Side View Mirrors:To adjust these mirrors, select the left arrow to
adjust to the left mirror, the right arrow to adjust the right mirror. Move the
control in the direction you would like to adjust the mirror. Return to the
center position to lock the mirrors in place.
Heated Mirrors (if equipped):These mirrors warm up to remove ice, mist
and fog when the rear window defrost is activated; attempting to remove
ice from these mirrors by hand can damage the glass.
Fold-Away Mirrors: Pull the side mirrors in carefully when driving through a
narrow space, like an automatic car wash.
Message Center (if equipped)
With the ignition in the ON position, the message center (located on your
instrument cluster) displays important vehicle information through a
constant monitor of vehicle systems.
Trip A and Trip B:This system registers the miles of individual journeys.
Trip A and Trip B are completely independent and must be reset
individually.To reset either trip feature to zero, press the RESET control
while TRIP A or TRIP B are displayed.
Distance to Empty: Gives you an estimate of how far you can drive with
your remaining fuel under normal driving conditions.
Average Fuel Economy: Use this feature to determine average fuel economy
per gallon. Remember to press the RESET control after setting the speed
control for accurate highway fuel economy readings.
Average Speed: Select this function to display average speed in miles per hour.
Premium AM/FM Stereo/Cassette/Single
CD Audio System (if equipped*)
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1| VOLUME/POWER CONTROL
Press the control to turn the audio system on or
off.Turn the control to raise or lower the volume.
2| TO CHOOSE TAPE OR CD
With a tape already in place, choose TAPE to
begin tape play while in radio or CD mode.
With a CD already in place, choose CD to begin
CD play while in radio or tape mode. The first
track of the CD will begin playing.
3| SEEK FUNCTION
The SEEK function control works in radio, tape
and CD modes. In radio mode, press the left
arrow to find the next listenable station down
the frequency band, the right arrow to find the
next listenable station up the frequency band.
In tape or CD mode, press the left arrow for the
previous selection or track, the right arrow for
the next selection or track.
4| AM/FM SELECTION
The AM/FM select control works in radio, tape
and CD modes. In radio mode, use this control
to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory
preset stations. In tape or CD mode, use this
control to stop and begin playing the radio.
5| TUNE ADJUST
To move to the next frequency down the radio
band, press the left arrow. Press the right arrow
to move up the band to the next station;
hold the arrow to move quickly through the
other stations.
6| SCAN FUNCTION
The SCAN function works in radio, tape or CD
modes. Press SCAN to hear a brief sampling of
all listenable stations in radio mode, or to
sample all selections in tape or CD modes.
Press scan again to stop at the desired
selection.
7| BASS + TREBLE CONTROL
Press BASS or TREB; press the left SEL arrow to
decrease the level of BASS or TREB, the right SEL
arrow to increase the level.
8| BALANCE + FADE
Press BAL and use the left SEL arrow to shift the
sound to the left speakers, the right SEL arrow
to shift sound to the right speakers. Press FADE
and the right arrow to shift sound to the front
speakers, the left arrow to shift sound to
the rear.
9| RADIO STATION MEMORY PRESET
These controls can be used to select up to six
preset AM stations and twelve FM stations (six
in FM1 and six in FM2). Choose the frequency
band with the AM/FM select control; select a
station – press and hold the memory preset
control until the sound returns. Your selection
will be held in the memory.
10| FAST FORWARD + REWIND FOR
CD AND TAPE
To fast-forward, press FF; to rewind,
press REW.
11| EJECTING THE TAPE OR CD
Press EJ to stop and eject a tape or CD.
For more detailed information on the functions of
this audio system, please see your Owner's Guide.
* If your Grand Marquis is equipped with a AM/FM stereo with
cassette radio, please see your owner’s guide for more detailed
information.
MODEL YEAR
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GRAND MARQUIS
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2004 GRAND MARQUIS
Thank you for choosing Mercury Grand Marquis.
This luxurious sedan will give you and your
passengers room to stretch out, whether your trips
take you around the corner or across the country.
En route, you’re sure to appreciate responsive V8
power, rear-wheel drive performance and the added
confidence of advanced safety features.
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INTERIOR FEATURES
1| HEADLAMP CONTROL
5| ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
9| OVERDRIVE
Headlamps:The first position clockwise will illuminate the parking lamps;
the second position will illuminate the headlamps.
Autolamps:Turn the control counterclockwise to have the light-sensitive
system automatically control your headlamps.
High Beams:Your high beams are located in your turn signal stalk. Push it
forward to activate your high beams; pull it towards you to deactivate.
Daytime Running Lamps (If equipped):To turn your highbeam headlamps
on with reduced output, initiate high beams while key is in ON position,
parking brake is released and headlamp is in the OFF or parking
lamps position.
Dimmer:To adjust the brightness of your instrument panel, rotate the
dimmer control to the left or right.
"ABS" provides enhanced security by detecting wheel lockup in hard
braking situations.The light will illuminate when you start your engine;
however, if it stays on, continues to flash or fails to illuminate, see your
dealership's service department immediately. (Wheels sometimes
accumulate brake dust. Clean them with Detail Wash, available from your
authorized Ford, Lincoln or Mercury dealer.)
The normal driving position for the best fuel economy with your
automatic transmission is Overdrive. It will increase your fuel
economy when cruising at a constant speed for an extended
period of time.
6| CHECK ENGINE
To deactivate overdrive: If your vehicle is equipped with a columnshift transmission, press the Transmission Control Switch located on
the end of the gearshift lever.
Your new Grand Marquis also has many sophisticated
features designed for your comfort, convenience
and security. This guide will help you get acquainted
with them. (For a comprehensive review of all
vehicle features, please take time to review your
Owner’s Guide.)
2| ADJUSTABLE PEDALS (IF EQUIPPED)
We wish you and yours many pleasant miles.
3| TURN SIGNAL AND WINDSHIELD WIPER/WASHER
Your accelerator and brake pedals can be adjusted within approximately
3” of original placement to provide you with an extra measure of driving
confidence. Stop your vehicle, put the gearshift lever in P (Park) and
press the rocker control to adjust the pedals towards you or away from
you; adjust until you find the position that offers the greatest comfort
and control.
Push the stalk down to activate your left turn signal, up to activate the right
turn signal. Rotate the windshield wiper control forward or backward to the
desired interval – low or high-speed position.The bars of varying length
indicate the timing of your intermittent wipers.When in the intermittent
position, rotate the control forward for fast intervals, downward for slow
intervals. Push the end of the stalk to activate the washer. For a longer
wash cycle, push and hold.
4| TRACTION CONTROL™ (IF EQUIPPED)
The Traction Control™ system allows your vehicle to make better use of
available traction on slippery surfaces, especially snow and ice covered
roads. If you get stuck in snow, try switching the system off by pressing the
control button, then cautiously applying the gas. (Turning the traction
control system off may help free the vehicle by allowing the tires to spin
freely; applying too much gas may worsen the situation.)
It's normal for warning and control lights to illuminate when you start your
engine. If the light remains on, have your vehicle serviced at your first
available opportunity. If the light is blinking, it indicates engine misfire,
which could damage your catalytic converter. Drive cautiously (avoiding
heavy acceleration and deceleration) and have your vehicle serviced as
soon as possible.
Overdrive: Overdrive "On" ("Off" switch not-depressed) is the normal
driving position for this automatic overdrive transaxle.
10| REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER
Push to clear the rear window of thin ice and fog. The defroster turns
off automatically after 10 minutes, or when the ignition is turned off.
7| SPEED CONTROL
To engage your speed control, make sure you’re traveling at or above 30
mph and press “ON”. To set a speed press, SET ACCEL. To set a higher speed,
press and hold SET ACCEL; release when you’ve reached the desired speed.
To set a decreased speed, press and hold COAST; release when you’ve
slowed to the desired speed. To return to a previously set speed, press RES
(“resume” – you must be traveling above 30 mph). To disengage, depress
the brake pedal or press “OFF”.
8| STEERING WHEEL, RADIO & CLIMATE CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED)
Radio control features: Press VOL up or down to adjust the volume. Press
BAND/MODE to select AM, FM1, FM2,TAPE or CD (if equipped). In radio
mode, press MEM/NEXT to select a preset station from memory. In tape or
CD mode, press MEM/NEXT to listen to the next selection or track.
11| CLOCK
Press the RDS control until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINS is displayed.
Use the left arrow of the SEL control to decrease hours/minutes, or the
right arrow of the SEL control to increase hours/minutes.
Electronic Automatic Temperature
Control System (if equipped)
Climate control features: Press TEMP up or down to adjust the temperature,
press FAN up or down to adjust fan speed.
Simply press AUTO (automatic) and use the temperature controls to select the temperature
you prefer.This system will then heat or cool to achieve that temperature, determining
fan speed, airflow location and choosing between use of outside or recirculated air.
If unusual conditions exist, the manual overrides allow you to select airflow locations and fan
speed.To return to automatic control, press AUTO.
Press EXT TEMP/OUTSIDE TEMP to display the outside temperature.See your Owner’s Guide for details.
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