Question about 2003 Lincoln Town Car
Did a comp test results 150 to 90 pounds on comp, added 1 gal of water to reservoir by that night it was in the oil did not crank car.Now I have pulled timing cover the freeze plugs look good.no ideal
Intake or head gasket
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
It may be going in through the intake gasket.
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 93 Lincoln Continental No start
The part you are speaking of is actually the CCRM (constant control relay module) It houses all the relays fuel pump,pcm,ignition. Check over on the drivers side of radiator and you will see a grey 2 pin connector. This is the ground feed for the CCRM. It is probably corrioded.Clean it or cut it out and splice and solder the wires back together and this should fix your concern.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Most common cause of stalling for Lincolns in that era is the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). It regulates fuel mixture, idle speed etc. A bad TPS will usually act up in one of two ways:
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Instead of removing the intake manifold and the the leaky manifold coolant hose, we simple place a 1" dia hose about 3" long with a **** down it so it can fit around the leaky coolant hose with two hose clamps and an agressive amount of "right stuff" silicone sealant and let stand for 24hrs which should fix the problem
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
If i recall correctly Freezeplugs are press fitted so your going to have to clean it up get it in and probbly hit it a bit iwth a hammer lol.
But If thats caused the freeze plug to come out you may of damaged things like your radiator, heater core etc i suggest a garage takes a look at it cause it may be a DIY headache
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
The oil around the plug may be a sign that the valve-cover needs a new gasket. Oil on the plugs can cause a misfire but it is important that you check everything over. The misfire could be due to defective wires, boots, coils, spark-plug/s, injector/s, and so much more. Take a look at the cars maintenance history, Maybe it is over due for a complete tune-up or oil change. The car is 11years old, how many miles are on it? How was it running before this?
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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