Question about 1993 Lincoln Town Car
Had the alternator replaced week ago, and for a few days the turn signals would not work. Do now. The radio does not work, nor does the ride control work. Did before. Car bounces so much in the front that dangerous to drive.
When I got the car two years ago, the display insisted I was low on washer fluid, which I am not. Display works as do most other things. The owner's manual is no help. Looks like it was written after the car was made, as my car does a couple of good things not mentioned.
The airbag system is a very vulnerable and fragile system. Airbags actually are not even designed to withstand temperatures below 40 degrees and above 94 degrees!!! They are prone to dry rot on the inside fold of the air bag (where it folds over on itself to inflate and deflate) this creates tiny hairline rips, tears and pinholes which can be difficult to detect with the soapy water test (since its "technically on the inside of the bag) it will overwork your compressor and ultimately can be very expensive to repair or replace components properly. Have you looked into passive conversion systems at all? Strutmasters.com has a conversion kit that I bought about 8 months ago (I was having similar problems) http://www.strutmasters.com/lincoln-1995-2002-continental-suspension-s/166.htm it ended up costing me about $100 per wheel and they were easy to install. Thankfully they also came with a lifetime warranty so if this is ever problem again... its not my problem. Hope this helped!! Good Luck!!
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
You replaced the Alternator... Good! But did you replace the battery, battery cables, and ground cable? Not checking or replacing these (considering the age of your car) may be leading your car to draw ALL of it's electricity from the alternator while driving and using the radio, lights, air suspension etc. Batteries and cables have limited life spans. If you haven't replaced these since the car was new.. I'd look into replacing them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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