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1996 Lincon town car not starting

About to buy 1996 town car but the owner thinks the crank sensor might be bad. How do i find out

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Crank sensor located lower front passenger side of block between crank pulley and a/c compressor

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1999 lincon town car no power to fuel injector


Sometimes a crankshaft sensor does not send the signal to fire either the spark or the fuel injectors. If the fuel pump relay is not getting power, the inertia sensor will not have power either. The inertia reset is just magnetic and does not depend on having power to reset.

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The crank sensor wires may be oil soaked, try moving them a little and see if it will start. It's beside the crank pulley on the passenger side. Got my lincoln started that way.

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There is no way of testing a crank sensor, unless you have a special tool that reads the pulses emmited by the sensor itself, only garages and good mechanics have this tool. its done while the vehicle is running. If your cars computer is telling you that there is no crank sensor signal, maybe the sensor is bad.

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I just change the battery and cables on my 96 lincon town car and it started fine but after it runs for 20mins or so and you turn it off then it will not crank (no turning of starter at all) a hour later...


i think the starter is getting too hot. either heat from the exhaust manifold or cat. converter. check where the bat. cable connects to the starter. that little part is getting too hot. making the starter not work. you might replace the starter but after a short time it will do it again.

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