Question about 1990 Lincoln Continental
Hello, you are a brave man. Well you need a floor jack, or a good bottle jack to start, jack stands, 18mm deep socket, impact wrench, a 3" extension for you 1/2 or 3/8 tool set, several metric 6 point sockets, regular size. You will also need some open-end wrenches, such a box wrench, a vise grip. If you don't have a impact wrench, a 12volt electric impact wrench, the kind used for removing lug nuts will do. Just be prepared to toss it afterwards, if it is a cheap one. Also a 18" breaker bar, 1/2" size is highly recommended, with a 3/8 adapter for using 3/8 sockets. I hope this helps. Did you blow a air bag, or is one of the solenoid's gone bad?
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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