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1998 lincoln towncar coolent leak

The leak is very heavy and seems to come from a area between the rear of motor and transmission. This happened after a full throttle to pass another car.

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Look at the brass tube fitting at the back of the intake that heater hose hooks to ,it will usually crack at the intake around that fitting. If so intake will have to be replaced.

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Coolant leaking at the top, rear of engine on a 1998 Lincoln Towncar


If you are in the cold freeze region then it can be FREEZE PLUGS or head gasket,

Freeze plugs prevent the coolant from cracking the block.

The only fix is to replace the freeze plugs.

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My 1998 Lincoln Towncar has a problem with the radiator fan motor


the connector has a release lock tab push in and release......what might of happen is that the connector got HOT and melted in the fan terminal .seen that more than once happen.. if so cut it off, get a new connector and splice to the loom ...as for the fans intermit operation...check the LOW/HI relays in the relay box located RF in the engine compartment also...hope this helps you..GL

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Sounds like shocks/struts. Usually if they start sagging it's because of a problem in the suspension, like shocks or struts.

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Car transmission


It is most likely the transmission.

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How to replace my 1994 lincoln towncar rear axel seal


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ten to one your boot (the thing that holds the air) was damaged either by the blowout or by the tech what repaired your flat. Probably by the blowout.

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ABS/traction control 1998 lincoln towncar


sounds like the brake pads may be metal to metal, that could be the noise problem, but until u have the system tested for the trouble code that is setin the ABS modules memory when the light comes on you are guessing, the Dealer is the only one in most cases that has the scan tool to check ABS trouble codes.

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Transmission


No two entirely different transmissions.
Town Car is rear wheel drive and Continental is front wheel drive

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