Question about 1991 Lincoln Town Car
I HAVE A 91 LINC TOWNCAR AND BATTERY TOOK ABOUT A DAY TO DIE. NOT SURE IF IT IS THE ALTERNATOR OR THE VOLTAGE REGULATOR. CANNOT TURN ON CAR LONG ENOUGH TO CHECK VOLTAGE B4 & AFTER START. IS THERE ANOTHER WAY TO CHECK THEM? WOULD HATE TO SPEND $140 FOR AN ALTERNATOR I CANT RETURN FOR A $40 REGULATOR
Remove your alt and take it into the auto parts store they can check it for you
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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