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1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 19, 2011


Ok, the coolant temperature sensor replaced, And now you get engine temp data error.------- You get this error because, your cars computer is not seeing the coolant temperature sensor.------- You have replaced the coolant sensor, but your cars computer is not detecting that sensor.--------- This can be due to faulty computer or faulty computer relay.---------- Your cars computer is called ecm/ecu/pcm( engine control module--- engine control unit-- power control module).------ Its one and the same. So either is faulty computer or its faulty computer relay under hood.----------- The computer module is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side inner fender.-------- And the computer relay is located in the power distribution box under the hood.Under the hood there is a fuse box, in that fuse box there are few relays.Out of that one is power-train control relay.That relay is got loose or its shorting.That has to be checked.But there are few more relays in the fuse box under hood.i suggest you to inspect all the relays in the fuse box.There may be 4 to 5 relays.Its worth checking all relays before getting computer module replaced.-------

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 07, 2011


Broken Engine Mount. Get someone to look under it as you shift from forward to reverse with the brake on of course to see exactly what one is broken.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 06, 2011


unplug the brake switch from the brake pedal arm and see if it still blows. If not, trace the circuit back to the brake lights.

Use emergency shift interlock release procedure in owner manual.

I think it is to turn key to OFF position, then shift car to neutral. Turn key to ON and starrt car. Shift into drive & go.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on May 24, 2011


It should be directly below the power steering reservoir.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on May 05, 2011


the suspension computer is located under the passenger side front fender, forward the front wheel-to access, remove the wheel and the inner fender liner.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 21, 2011


Intake Runner Manifold Controller is not opening the secondary runners for the intake-this is a common issue on Marks, check to see if you can manually open the plates by hand, if not, it is usually because they get very gunked/coked up over time. The car falling flat on it's face around 3000-3200 RPM is a symptom of IMRC problems.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 20, 2011


the suspension compressor is located on the front corner, passenger side, under the air filter housing. It can be serviced and removed by taking off the passenger wheel and fender liner to get to it.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 18, 2011


Spray the door locks with penetrating oil, both sides, where the door latch-then open/close the door many times (12-2- times) to loosen the mechanism, it will fix this, a very common issue on Mark VIII's

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 18, 2011


crank sensor, 99% of the time, especially on Marks

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 02, 2011


it is a known issue with Mark VIII's, second generations-there are numerous posts on Lincoln.org and tech articles covering this, and people who have them tend to disable working systems so that they don't break.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 26, 2011


you can get a better one than OEM (impossible to get new) if you buy a 'glitch' ballast-

http://www.markviii.org/LOD2/inverter/InverterRAI.html

easy to install, and better built

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 17, 2011


get a can of spray lubricant (PB Blaster is very good) and spray the door latches (both sides)-then, close the doors 15-20 times, and it will fix it-a KNOWN issue on Mark VIII's (I have a 96, you think you have issues...)

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 10, 2011


Its not unussual for a vehicle to use a little oil. In new cars they call it blow by and in older cars they call it burning oil. I would look under the vehicle it may have a slow leak that is building up as gunk under the car due to the heat of the engine and road grim. So you wont actually have a drip but you will have your missing oil.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 08, 2011


Slippage means a couple things one being the bands are going bad and it has to be replaced or rebuilt. The second being a pump in the transmission is not functioning properly. Therefore it is not building enough pressure in the system for the transmission to engauge properly.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 08, 2011


CHECK THE RELAYS SWITCH FOR YOUR LOCKS

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


Could be a loose connection on the battery, Check the bolts on both posts.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 24, 2011

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