Just bought a 94 mark 8 for $650 and replaced power steering line,tires and such but cant find troble code book anywhere but heres the codes in case somebody knows 636 twice right away then172,181,189,634
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Re: 94 mark VIII troublecodes
636 transmission fluid temp higher or lower than expected. 172 heated oxygen sensor indicates lean condition - right side. 181 adaptive fuel rich limit reached at part throttle, right side. 189 same as 181 but left side. 634 manual lever position (MLP) sensor voltage higher or lower than expected
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try to do it is sections DONT remove every nut bolt and screw , GOD BLESS YOU I just did a f-250 compleat, dash board right to fire wall , change over time 2 days and a 6pack after I finished priceless
This housing is for an oil cooler attachment. CORRECT<>Major pain to get too!! Need two people. One under car, and the other person, with swivels and extentions on socket, approaching bolts from outside drivers side fender well! Replace entire power steering hose!
the first thing to do is to make sure the steering is not binding up,like a balljoint or tierod , un hook the tierods and feel the turn of the wheel at the wheel not the steering wheel, make sure its not thight do the same on the other side,also take a good look at the shaft going to steering gear,ive found that the ujoints rust up and bind,causes wheel not to return, it could also be a leaking rack internally,start there, good luck.
If you failed to shut off the air suspension switch (located in the trunk) you may have blown an air line when you jacked the car up. All Lincolns equipped with air suspension should have it shut off whenever jacking up the car. You can try to turn the switch off and back on to see if the air springs refill but if not, trace the air lines from the compressor to both the front and rear to check for a blown line. If you don't detect a blown line, you may have damaged the air springs.
Dont know whay the blower motor doesnt work, but that age with these cars (I have two 94 Marks) both have had the turn signal switch replaced for problems with hazards not working, wipers not shutting off, etc.
To check your climate control system: Press OFF and FLOOR at the same time, release, then hit AUTO. That will make it self-test. You will get 888 (ok) or an error code (024, 025, or such)
buy a set of factory manuals used. There is not just one picture.
the fuse box in the driving area is in the owners manual. The engine compartment diagram is in a book called Mark VIII Electrical Vacuum and Troubleshooting Manual.