94 grand marquis transmission

Asked by King84Doobie Jan 23, 2020 at 09:01 PM about the 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Sedan RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

104,000 miles.... the fluid was very low, it will go in
gear but barely moves. I added fluid and it's doing
the same thing.... should I seek new tranny or just
try and strain it?

3 Answers


If the fluid was very low, you had a leak and burned up the transmission. No amount of new fluid will help. Time for another trans or vehicle.


Strain it? Probably time for a new transmission. Was the fluid on the dipstick still bright pink or was it a brownish red? Burned fluid is a bad sign.

Looked like new fluid...car was sitting up since 2016...never been serviced, barely drove... old couple had it

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