How To Fix P0442 Code On Mercury Grand Marquis

How To Fix P0442 Code On Mercury Grand Marquis

What’s up you guys! Learn how to fix a P0442 small emission leak on your 2003 – 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis/Crown Victoria/Lincoln Town Car

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2. Canister Solenoid

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2. 3/8 Socket Set
3. Pick and Hook Set
4. Disposable Gloves
5. Floor Jack
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The purpose of this video is to help out fellow Grand Marquis owners to the best of my knowledge. The information provided in the video is supplied as is, with no warranty. Most information comes from my experience working on cars. It’s not meant to replace shop manual or professional advice. I do not assume any liability whatsoever for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk.



MrJoshua Brandon Farrell says:

Whats your cashapp?

dennis dopira says:

I did not get codes, but pump would shut off at three bucks, 45-dollar Ebay part and I too had to break the studs, works great instant fix and cheap!

TheBarth79 says:

Looks easy .Thanks.

dennis dopira says:

Good common-sense video!

Kyle Snyder says:

You put new one in I take it cleaning the old didn't work and that new one didn't work either ? So u need to smoke test it ?

Jesus Rubalcava says:

Jesse, What about P0153, I already changed 02 sensors on 2000 gran marquis. Thanks

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