Question about 1989 Lincoln Mark VII
If i don't run the car once a day the battery goes dead and cannot be jumped.
The biggest problem ALL Mark VIIs have as far as electrical gremlins is the Voltage Regulator. Swap out the V/R and have the alternator and battery checked for free at your local AutoZone.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
#1 could be short in alternator
#2 could be air pump running after car is parked
#3 could be short in vent blower
check all three things, all wires go bad after so many decades.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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