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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 lincoln fuel pump
My fuel pump on my 1998 Lincoln Continental has no power. I checked the fuse it is good. I checked the fuel shutoff switch it was fine. I have traced the wire from the fuel shutoff switch to the fuel module driver in the trunk. The wire has power. I have also traced the positve wire from the fuel pump to the fuel driver on a different terminal, this wire has no power from the pump. I also changed the fuel driver, the low fuel pressure switch, the alternator, and battery.does anyone have any suggestion's?
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Open the hood and make sure the car and the lights are off.
Remove the plastic protective cover.There are 3 knobs,turn halfway and pull.Put aside and out of the way.
Remove the three pins that are holding the light assembly in place.These are flat rods with a little bend at the end.
Twist and un-plug the lights,now you can remove the whole lens.
The light bulbs can also be removed and replaced from this point.
Make sure all the bulbs are working before you put it back together.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
You DO NOT need to remove the fuel tank to replace this filter.
My 1999 Signature Series Town Car did not require the special tool. It has two push out clips which hold the fuel lines in place. New clips came in the box with the filter. The clips are off-white in color and look like skinny versions of the plastic safety plugs moms use to keep toddlers from sticking objects into electrical outlets in your home.
The fuel filter is located just below the rear passenger side door - along the outside rail of the frame. It May or MAY NOT require the special tool.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN.
Be sure to depressurize the system by turning the off fuel pump - either by unplugging the cord in the left side of the trunk next to the hinge mount or removing the fuse (#14 20 amp in the fuse box under the hood).
It's a good idea to take a picture of the assembly before starting to refer to when you reassemble it.
Spread some shop towels or rags on the ground to catch any fuel which runs out of the filter when you remove it.
There is a hose clamp holding the filter in its housing - loosen with a screwdriver.
Pop out the two clips then pull the fuel lines out of the filter at each end.
Wiggle the filter out of its mounting bracket, then install the new filter and reinsert the fuel lines into it.
Be sure the clips are inserted correctly to avoid leaks. TIghten the hose clamp.
Replacement took about four minutes and required only a flat-blade screwdriver. Clips pop out and back in with only finger pressure.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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drain coolant , remove and mark all vacuum lines , make a schematic to diagram your hose routing, disconnect and plug all fuel lines, remove distributor and mark location of rotor, disconnect battery, remove any necessary cables, brackets and or accesseries, remove intake mounting bolts, note length of bolts and reference location, pry up on intake , remove intake, scrape old gasket off , must be very clean to reinstall new gasket or you will cause a leak..
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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