Question about 1995 Lincoln Town Car
Mother-in-law has COPD and cannot take heat of humitily here in Florida. Her A/C has a small leak and I have to add a can of coolant ever 5-6 months or so. Use to jumper across the "low pressure switch" plug to turn compressor on and fill system. This time it didn't work. Put pressure gauge on system and its reading 100 psi because unit is not working. Changed an "ECCU" or "CCU" (?) box on my daugthers 2002 escort to get her a/c working on time. Is this the same thing with mom's 95 Lincoln and if so, where is it located. Or is it all in the EATC?
Take it to a mechanic with a refrigerant leak detector. He can find the leak for you, and it might have too much oil in the system, probably needs to be vacuumed out and refilled with a proper mixture.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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