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It's behind the a/c compressor just above the oil pan on the passenger side of the block on a 4.6 Romeo engine

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 24, 2019


The noise is the clutch disc making contact with the pulley it's worn and possibly is slipping and the rivets that hold it together are rubbing the pulley now it also could be that the pulley bearing is dried out in either case you must replace it ASAP ! Because those 2 things can cause the compressor to lock up snapping the belt while driving or not allowing engine rotation when you try to start the engine $$depends on how and where you get it done at a shop our yourself you need a pair of snap ring pliers long enough to get inside to release the snap ring holding the pulley in place if it's the bearing making the noise if it's just the clutch disc just take off the nut and liquid wrench it until you can lightly pry it back or use a thin jawed puller do not loose the washers that space the disc from the pulley installation is the reverse of removal and if your going to do it go to rockauto.Com and look up your vehicle and then the parts in a/c & heating you want the clutch and pulley ok good luck stephen

2010 Lincoln MKS | Answered on Oct 24, 2019


Anti lock brake module failure dash message center turns to all dashes - - - - and trans shifting problems make sure check engine and abs lights are working when you first turn the key to on if not bad bulbs and there's codes set have them read

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 24, 2019


no. as long as you ground it by a mounting bolt. Might be pointless though. For your alternator is already grounded to the chassis. the alternator is grounded directly to the engine, the engine is grounded to the chassis. therefore your alternator is grounded already to the chassis.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


You must check a few things to eliminate causes ok , so first answer this question , does your engine stay running when your parked idling and when you press on the gas to raise the rpm's it still runs yes/no? If yes you must check the spark plug gap on each plug , wait for the engine to cool down for 1 hour they take out each spark plug and check the air gap between the center firing pin and the bottom electrode using a gapping tool you can buy this at autozone ,and the gap is listed on the emissions sticker on the radiator support if your not say on doing this stuff get a guy to help you ok ///your engine will idle fine when the gap is out of specification maybe a little shaking in drive ,but when you are driving the extra heat generated from the engine being under a higher load will cause the gas to evaporate and burn up before the spark ignition takes place so the loss of power or stalling will be the result when you take out the first plug if it's out of gap they all are and if there's enough center firing pin left you can regap them but it's better to replace them all at the same time 1 by 1 they should be removed ok

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


You must disconnect the battery cables for 5-10 minutes so all voltage disapates before attempting to work on it otherwise you will have airbag deployment

Lincoln MKS Cars... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


Bank 1 is the passenger side of the motor and front wheel drive engines it's the side that is next to the firewall windshield it's always the left side as your looking at the motor from the belts or your left ¥ = engine
=your left/\=your right from the front or right passenger side of the vehicle
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2009 Lincoln MKS | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


This is mounted on the anti lock brake block that the brake lines come out of that module controls the anti lock brakes air suspension and traction control

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


With the parking brake off you have to spray a real lot of liquid wrench to dissolve the rust from years of not lubricating it then add more slack if you don't have the emergency brake cable tool to remove the spring loaded part at the caliper you can use needle nose pliers or a door panel clip cat claw to get in between the bracket and spring to push it back to get the nose of the cable out of the bracket but it's much easier to buy the tool at a parts store maybe $20.00 but makes life easier you can also make one from a piece of steel that's about 6"long and as wide as a ruler round off the top edges measure from the edge down to1/4 & then to 1/2" use a 5/16" drill bit and drill a hole in between your 1/4 &1/2" marks now at the top after you drilled the hole in the center use a metal saw blade to cut a line down to that drilled hole wide enough for the cable to fit through it this should now look like a thermometer end a round hole with a slice going to the top of the metal now use it to slide in between the spring and bracket to pull the spring back and release the cable I told you this because the tool might not be available where ever you are and could take a week to be shipped so in a half hour or so you could make one okay good luck stephen

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


JUST WHERE IS THE DAMN FUSE FOR IT....JESUS!

2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 14, 2019


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Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


Could be any number of thing's (sensors ) Take it an have codes checked . Full vehicle scan

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


The pressure switch is on the line unplug it and use a wrench on it

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


Bleeder valves are usually fitted to the cooling system to aid refilling and they are released to expel air trapped in the system. Unless air is bled from the system this way it is unlikely it will self-bleed or circulate properly.

Coolant reservoir or degassing tank is usually where the filling point and pressure cap is and a bleed valve would be rather redundant placed there. Not sure what you have there on your car unless it is a blanked off bypass port...

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

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