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What can cause functions on a fuse to quit working when the fuse is good?

Recently had to replace my ignition cylinder and now everything on fuse#15 is not working (directional signal, flash to pass, ac clutch, rear window defrost, etc). The fuse is good. Can there be a problem in the steering column? Could not find anything in my Lincoln Service Manual on any single circuit breaker that protects all of the above. Thanks, Mark

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Plz ckeck all connecting jacks near ignition cylinder .... alll of ur above problem are due to -ive wire

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SOURCE: front and rear turn signals not working on lincoln navigator

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SOURCE: AC not blowing cold 1996 Lincoln Town Car Presidential

i would try www.car-part.com its a nationwide junk yard inventory site theres some great deals there for domestic cars.try to replace the wire conectors at the compressor maybe the freon shorted them out.

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SOURCE: Which cylinders would be PO352:Ignition coil

6 Cylinder Applications 1 A A 26 P0351 4 B B 52 P0352 2 C C 78 P0353 5 A A 26 P0351 3 B B 52 P0352 6 C C 78 P0353
First column is of course cylinder no., 2nd is the igntion coil, 3rd is the coil driver,4th is the PCM pin number,and last the related code.

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SOURCE: How do I change a rear turn signal bulb in a 1994

1994 was the mark viii. here is what you need to do.

Lens/Bulb, Turn Signal-Rear

Removal and Installation

To remove the plastic socket, turn the socket counterclockwise to the stop, and remove the socket. Remove miniature bulb from socket. Install miniature bulb in socket. Index the smallest tab for locating the three locking tabs, then press the socket into the rear lamp and rotate clockwise to the stop.

  1. Remove retainer (unscrew) attaching the luggage hold down net and luggage compartment side trim.
  1. Pull trim down to expose the lamp attaching nuts


  1. Hold rear lamp in place and remove the three attaching nuts.
  1. Pull rear lamp away from vehicle far enough to remove the two lamp socket and wiring (13410) and remove the rear lamp .
  1. Replace miniature bulbs , if necessary.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure. Tighten nuts to 5.2-7.2 Nm (46-63 lb-in

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 lincoln mark viii lsc has no tail

you need to replace the scil module, ie steering column ignition lighting module... also check all the fuese to the scil, in the inside fuse panel there are multiple fuses that control the scil and the lights. the response you got above is not from a lincoln mar viii owner, the scil is a common problem

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