Question about Lincoln Mark VII
There are more on the back side of the block and in both cylinder heads too
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 Mark Vii
The switch on the right side of your trunk is the on/off switch for your air suspension. The switch for the fuel pump is on the left side of your trunk up near the hinges to the trunk lid. I have a 1990 Town Car and the swich is red.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Jumper battery power to the blower motor if it runs then replace the blower motor speed control resistor, it is located near the blower motor.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
A pair of decent long handled pliers/plug boot remover are recommended. apart from that, maybe some swivel pieces for the plug socket to get at funny angles.
- buy decent wires & plugs.
-put a dab of silicone on every wire boot to ensure easy fitting.
-Be verycareful when tightening the plugs so as not to crook the socket and crack the porcelain on the plug.
-Plugs should have a dab of copper grease or similar on the threads
-Plugs do not nee to be super tight, they have a compression washer at the base of the threads or a tapered thread fit that seals them well. only tighten them with a short length 3/8 ratchet not a big 1/2 inch - you'll strip the thread and regret that forever.
-Always make sure the wires dont touch the exhaust manifold and make them look like you just bought the vehicle, nice and straight and in tidy rows. You'll need a flat screwdriver, short, to undo enclosed plug wire harness mountings. be patient, they do unfasten ok once you suss em out.
-plugs are usually already correctly gapped. check them. gap can be check with Autozone or where u get the plugs from.Note the gap may be brand dependant - bosch platinum take a different gap to cheapo champions....
Hope you get a good job done
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
you don't have to worry about a special tool if you are replacing the wires but you will need a 5/8 socket with a rubber boot and an extension and maybe a swival to remove the plugs if there is an auto zone near by they will print you out a diagram for free
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
If you have never done this before, you really need to go get a Haynes or Chilton manual for this. They run about $25.00 and have step by step plus pictures. I've done one in my carreer and will never do another. And it was for my son. Believe me, it's a task I don't wish on anyone.
Go check out a manual. Google "Haynes Repair Manuals". It's worth it.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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