Question about 1995 Lincoln Town Car
One of the most likely culprits in the case of heater failure is low coolant levels. You need to check your coolant (Antifreeze in the radiator, not the Air conditioning coolant) to be sure it is full to specifications. If your coolant/antifreeze is at the right level, then your next likely problem is a blocked heater core. This can be due to a build up of dirt/rust/scale and such in the system, or it could be a pinched or badly kinked line going to the heater core. If the system is blocked your vehicle may also be overheating, so you should check your temperature gauge if you have one. If you only drive short distances, you might not notice the overheating.
Let me know if that helps.
Also, as a side note, buying a manual might be helpful, but it's not going to tell you about all of your problems, and I'm sorry you received such a rude answer initially from r_clark.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Try resetting the climate control panel. Push the floor button and the off button at the same time and then push the automatic button. Diagnostic check will start on the climate control unit and after about 20sec will give some fault code numbers. write these down they may be useful. After you have codes push the defrost the exit the diagnostic program. You may hear the vent open and close. This resets the parameters of the actuator motor. If there are no broken internal parts your climate control unit should work again.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Buy an "OWNERS MANUEL". Will explain ALL of your problems.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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