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What size are the brake lines on my 1993 Lincoln towncar?

Need to replace my brake lines and I don't know what size the lines are?

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3/16" Brake Tubing

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SOURCE: 1995 Lincoln towncar rear brake caliper bolt bit size

isn't it an allen wrench you need?

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SOURCE: The dash and tail lights in my 1993 Lincoln

the actual switch in the dash that has the knob you pull for the lights to come on ...i replaced mine remove dash and replace part.,.

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change the relays it will work find a relay diagram and it will be ok

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Brakes on 93 lincoln towncar seize up after driving 20 minutes.Had new front calipers,new brake line hoses and new


Do you know which one is holding on? I would if it has flexible hoses crimp off the rears with proper brake line crimps & drive but carfully as your brake function will be reduced. If it dosn't happen you know the problem lies in the rear if not you know its in the front. If in front uncrimp the rears & crimp 1 front drive & see what happens but with only 1 crimped the car will want to pull sideways under brakes if problem remains you know it is the other side, repeat with other side to make sure. This should let you know where the fault is if the fault remains its probably not any of the callipers or drums.

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The brake line needs to be replace but don't know what size to get


3/16" Brake line. It can be bought in 3'-5' lengths with fittings or in 25-50' spools. The straight lengths come with fittings. Make sure to purchase the japanese/metric style. This makes a difference in the threads of the fittings.

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Hi, I need to change my serpentine belt but my other belts are looking kinda rough, so I think I'm just going to change them all. Looking online I noticed different sizes for the belts for my 1995...


Firts of all don't get a belt on line, go to the auto parts store and get one there, They can match up old belts and also look up the correct belt for your car. You need to know what year and size of the motor and what els you have that is belt driven like Ac and power steering and such. If you take your old belts in they can match them with what is in the book to make sure they are right and you don't have to worry about getting the wrong belt.

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