Question about 1993 Lincoln Continental
I first had the lincoln shop check my '93 Continental to make sure it wasn't anything creepy like the o2 sensor. all was well (whew! that was a close one!! ;) it didn't cost much ($50) and those guys are different than other mechanics somehow..... I'm learning to work on cars and I figured i'd start on my "BRAND NEW old car." Here's what i did to solve that same problem: First check under the hood for any loose vacuum hoses, then there's a little grey square box ( size of a ring box) to the right of the manifold called the EGR valve pressure sensor .. Make sure it's hooked up and that it doesn't show signs of wear and need to replaced.( mine was fried, the Lincoln guy showed me) i replaced it myself (easy) it's around $50 bucks. Then if all else fails hit the net! I found a really cool site called: http://www.lincolnsonline.com/ They have lots of easy to follow how to's and tech papers. The one I used for my "weirdo" random dash warning lights was: http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00086.html It takes real patience and can be time consuming but boy was it worth it! No more "false dash alarms". Things get corroded up after 18 years. I wish you much patience and good luck. p.s. if i "fixed ya" please rate me. thanks -jmattes
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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