Question about 1993 Lincoln Town Car
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try checking the fuses and circuit breakers for the power windows first, if there good then it could be the the rear window lockout switch, check for continuity in the unlocked position. If it does'nt have continuity replce the switch.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
A couple of things you can do. Find a salvage yard that carries FORD/Lincoln products. You may able to get a fuse cover from them. Also, you can, although time consuming, take out each fuse and do a visual inspection of it. When you find the blown one, it should be obvious to see. Another option (my choice), get a fuse tester from an auto parts store (some times, they come in a Fuse Kit with new fuse's) Get one that has adjustable tip width? Meaning, you can slide a button on the tester and move the electrode tips closer or farther apart to work on different size fuse's. On the top of every fuse is open contact points so a tester can be used. Touch the tester to each fuse in the box until the tester 'lights ups' indicating this is the blown fuse. (tester will not light up on a good fuse) replace the fuse with one EXACTLY the same size/rating. This should do it. Note; if the fuse blows again, this means, most likely, that the air compressor needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
No. The battery is charged by the alternator by a direct connection. There is a device known as a voltage regulator which is built into the alternator - on older vehicles it was a separate part. When the alternator fails to produce a charge it usually gives an indication by a dash light or a gauge showing that it is not charging. When the alternator / regulator fail there is nothing to charge the battery. The common fix is to replace the alternator.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
under the trunk lip (directly where the latch goes into the lock jaws; remove the carpet so that you can see the side of the trunk latch; on the latch jaws (bottom) is a switch that contacts the latch (top) this switch is broken or, mis-aligned it opens (stops the trunk motor) when the latch contacts it.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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Is there a spring on the outside of the shock???? If so then it is really a strut and you will have to take it to a qualified service dealer. If no spring, it is pretty easy to do. Jack up the car, put jack stands under the rear axle, remove the nut on the bottom of shock and the bolts on the top and slide the shock out. Install the top of the shock first (if a gas shock) when you cut the wire tie that is holding the shock compressed, you have to line it up with the bottom bolt as it is coming down.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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