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whats the problem there are relief valves for air shocks and the shocks may be blowen out
need better detail

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 09, 2016


Replace the light plug for the bulb.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 01, 2016


Preliminary checks to the charging system should be made regardless of the fault condition. These checks include:
  • Check fuses/fuse links to the generator to make sure that they are not burned or damaged. This condition, resulting in an open circuit or high resistance, can cause erratic or intermittent charging system concerns.
  • Check battery posts and cable terminals for clean and tight connections. Clean the posts and cables to verify good electrical contact.
  • Check for secure connections at generator output, voltage regulator and engine ground. Also check connection at the power distribution box and harness.
  • Check generator drive belt to verify proper tension and no slip between the generator pulley and drive belt. Refer to Section 03-05 .
  • Check battery for full charge as described

Voltage Drop Testing the Charging System

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 16, 2016


first loosen and, remove one of the hoses that go to the sprayer then operate the wiper pump you should see the fluid come out of the hose. if it does not come out and, no sound is made from the pump check your fuses if the fuse is ok (find the fuse location in your user manual ) replace the pump motor you can get a replacement at an autoparts store. don't forget to replace the hose.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 02, 2016


In a Continental, they are accessible from inside the trunk beneath the "package shelf".

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 13, 2016


Neutral safety switch is bad. Located on the transmission. It should start in park and neutral. Your park position is bad.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 09, 2016


You can still drive, won't hurt anything, however vehicle would not pass roadworthy inspection..

The inhibitor switch on or in the transmission is faulty or needs adjustment depending on make...

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 08, 2016


The block would be a good place to start looking.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 16, 2016


It is in the heater box assembly which has to be removed to get to it that is if it has not got a removable plate where the heater pipes go through the firewall.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 24, 2015


Check if there is enough room when the motor is raised as high as it will go if not remove motor from car

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 24, 2015


Check where the top hose meets the motor it should be in the housing held down by two bolts.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 24, 2015


An air bound heater core can cause this. A thermostat issue would cause it to overheat quickly (stuck shut) or cause the engine to take a long time to get up to normal operating temperature (stuck open).

Try this after the car has sat over night and is COLD.:

Top off the coolant RESERVOIR to the COLD MARK with a 50/50 mix of coolant and water when the engine and coolant are COLD. Replace the reservoir cap.

NEVER open the radiator cap when hot!!

Open RADIATOR cap - WHEN COLD - and top off radiator with the same 50/50 mix of coolant and water to just under the inner lip of the filler neck.

Start engine, turn heat to HOT and FAN to HIGH.

Watch the coolant level in the radiator. Maintain the level of coolant as close as possible to just under the filler neck lip. It is expected to fluctuate up and down as the thermostat opens to flood the radiator - and be pulled into the engine block. The more variation in the high and low indicates a fair amount of coolant has been lost. After the engine has gotten hot, you should feel hot air coming from the heater. Check the radiator level once more, top off and replace the radiator cap.

If still no heat, there may be a clog or restriction in the heater core hose. A cooling system flush should fix this, but can cost a few bucks at a Jiffy Lube or similar.

If you're losing coolant - that could be an indication of a leak (see puddles where you park?) due to a bad hose clamp or hole in a hose ($) or a bad gasket ($$$) or cracked engine block ($$$$). Look for white "smoke" (steam really) in the exhaust after the engine has warmed up to indicate that the coolant is entering a piston due to a gasket or block issue.

Good luck!

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 08, 2015


Sounds like a problem with your blend doors for the HVAC system(heat/cold) , or your heater control valve is stuck closed.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 08, 2015


yep remove side pan need ford transaxle repair manual for the transaxle so you can find TCC SOLENOID LOCATION OR SOMETIMES FORD DEALERSHIP PARTS PERSON WILL SHOW YOU TCC SOLENOID LOCATION ON THE VALVE BODY.

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 03, 2015


make sure you have air being pumped to that side air bag ,also check leveling valve on that side that determins if air is put in or let out, make sure pump is working at all, disconnect lines to check for air being pumped ,BE CAREFULL bags my deflate causing car to lower , check fuses for suspension control . I hope this helped .
Woody

1998 Lincoln... | Answered on Jun 19, 2015

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