Where is the cars computer on a 1988 lincoln town car
I have done the following: tune up, replaced fuel pump, and cleaned all the sensors around the carboratorl. The car idles okay until it gets to normal operating temp. Once it gets hot enough it spits and sputters and when I rev the engine it stalls and won't start again until it cools down some.
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When you first start the vehicle in the morning, try turning the key to ON for ten seconds before starting the vehicle. If your engine then starts immediately, replace the fuel pressure regulator. If it does not solve the problem, perform a major tune-up.
If your CHECK ENGINE light is illuminated, check ODB codes to determine fault.
The 5.0L engine in the 1988 Town Car is one of the most reliable engines ever built by Ford, mostly because it is adept at masking problems for a long time before a failure happens. You will find that most failures you encounter will either be fuel-related (usually a clogged fuel filter) or burned spark plug wires.