Question about 1996 Lincoln Continental
How do I get this bad boy to loosen up for me? I'm pretty sure it's siezed. Could I just use some WD or something else?
OK maybe id did but maybe it didnt....
I dont know how ur trying to move it but this is how u do so..
Take a Socket wrench the mid size one DONT put a socket on it...
take the Square part where the Socket would go on the wrench if i had asked u to put one on
and place it into the square slot on the tensioner arm Pull back on it twords the head lights BOOM its loostened if u were doing it wrong in the first place
I like to use a Breaker bar instead of the socket wrench its self..
I hope this was ur problem and it helped i know i messed up the first time i did it.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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