20 Most Recent 2008 Lincoln Town Car Questions & Answers

There is no drain plug there , that water is on passagener side rear floor ti is coming from the fresh air that the blower uses it came from the rain
On the right side there is a little flap you pull up and clean trash out of it

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 19, 2019

there is no plug you have to put sealant on the airvent intake under your hood that is where the water is coming from or drill a hole it is always in the back seat floor where the water endes up write me if you have ? s

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 03, 2019

Red or blue

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 20, 2015

Should have a fuse somewhere. You might check for voltage at switch for trunk, or pull each fuse one at a time to check them all.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014

look in the owners manual and it will tell you wereyour fuses are located at

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014

Motor could be going bad, starting to seize up. Remove it to inspect.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 20, 2014

double posted
there are usually 3 fuses or more associated.
is the blower in the dash running, if not the A/C is deactived.
the blower has its own fuse.
there are 2 relays, one for comp. clutch, and condensor front fan.
there are fuses associated with both those. its not one fuse.
not at all.
do you know who to test fuses with an ohm meter,? or volt meter?
its not hard. no need to guess.
some fuses that look good are in fact bad. so....????
i use a volt meter.
here is video of a master ASE mech doing just that.
he is finding a short but the fuse tests are same.
he has this fancy beeper tool here, you dont need that any $10 walfart
DMM will do this.
12vdc good 0v bad.

if the fuses are all good
then go to the Hi/low switch near the receiver./dryer.
12vdc on both side of this 2 pin sensor. switch is good.
if one side is 0v, the switch is open
the switch opens when the Freon is too low, or OVERFILLED.
do not overfill any R134 system or its will trip this switch or will have poor cooling to the passengers.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 12, 2014

door jam?
now its A/C .
post the symptoms. please.
yes, check all fuse first. just test them all,
if you dont have the FSM , you must test them all. (in both boxes)
all fuses.
most times the A./C fuses are right next to the relays under the hood.
the first check is not fuses for A/c
it's the compresson, if the main shaft on it is dead, active. then check all fuses and relays, and the hi/low switch .

my online source has Zero, lincoln, a/c drawings.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 12, 2014

Get ready for some serious fuse checking. In the central junction box, check 10A FUSES 15, 17, 25, and 6 as well as 7.5A FUSE 19. In the battery junction box, check 40A FUSE 101, 30A FUSE 7, 15A FUSE 11, and 50A FUSE 102 as well as 15A FUSE 21.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 12, 2014

If you go to Motorcraft Parts Site-- you can see a picture
of all the under dash blend door motor locations & part numbers

Then buy them on Amazon cheaper

The one your referring to is called cabin vent

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on May 22, 2014

I believe that this relay is under the hood near the firewall and tire wheel well on the driver's side. There is a major fuse box there or look under the dash on the driver's side nearer to the door there is a box as well.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014

What is disconnected.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 21, 2014

The makers hide the code on a sticker in an inconspicuous place. They used to put it on a hinge in the trunk, the hood, or inside the doorjam cavity. You would need the original Code anyway to change to a new chosen one.

Finding this for you is a small service for a Dealer to provide. Your Lincoln is also about 5 years old and has a longer Warranty, but this is a small favor to do for a customer. Ask them if they can find it or if it is linked to your Vin#.

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013

your tank connection must be damaged or you have emptied the entire tank and have to fill a special fluid in the tank before fueling and it should work

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 17, 2013

check your battery if it has current then check if there is no loose connection of the possetive wire touching the body somewhere

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 23, 2012

ramundoo_10.gifhere is the schematic for the brake light circuit.don't rule out the mulifuntion switch.ramundoo

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 29, 2011

We appreciate those insights, thank you, and have a great day!

2008 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 15, 2010

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