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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

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


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

Check the fuse and relay there is also a cable attached on it to a gear assembly if it needs to be replaced as a system you must index mark it for disassembly and reassembly this is a very difficult repair to do so check all the electrical stuff first before you try this search your manual for the fuse and relay locations for your year 2003-05 are the same also lincolnonline.com, gives you the procedure to follow

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 04, 2019

There are battery jump points under the hood, check the owners manual.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019

it does not ope you slide door cover back and there is a small button that ejects a 6 disc holder

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Oct 02, 2019

People will tell you to bounce on them. That's a valid test for shocks but not struts. See this post on how to test struts with a driving test.


Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Sep 25, 2019

It is in front of the trunk. Just behind the rear window. You have to lie on your head to see it.

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

Generally a leaking line will not pump up, much like a punctured balloon. A spray bottle of soapy water will be your friend discovering the issue.
If the bag does not raise at all, check to see that the pump continues to run. If it cycles, then adjust the control's position. Follow the air lines from the bags.
If the air pump runs constantly, then you have a major leak, a damaged air line, omitted O-ring, etc.
The most common problem with leaking air bags is not the bag itself. The most frequent issue is the O-ring on the air lines. I will assume that the new bags came with new O-rings? Did you replace the ones at the pump and at the Tee? O-ring problem are usually slow, sometimes over night.
Hope this helps.

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

It's behind the left side of the a/c compressor it's a 2 prong connector

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

The service and repair manual will provide you step by step help to locate and fix the problem easily so save your time and money and get the manual from the given link https://toolsnyou.com

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

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