Question about 1988 Lincoln Mark VII
Washed the engine. . All you can do is give it time to dry really. If you have no spark you got an electrical connection wet. You can go through and try to unplug stuff and blow it dry. That's about it. Needs time to dry out. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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