Question about 1996 Lincoln Town Car
THE STOP LEAK MAY HAVE PLUGGED YOU HEATER CORE TUBES, BUT AT THE SAME TIME CHECK THE HEATER CONTROL VALVE. IT MAY BE RUSTED OR CORRODED AND INOPERABLE. IT WILL BE LOCATED ON ONE OF THE TWO HOSES THAT RUN TO YOUR HEATER. I WOULD START WITH THE HEATER CONTROL VALVE. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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