Question about 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
Sounds like you are in for a pricey repair, replace the compressor and have the system recharged or simply unplug the power to the magnetic clutch and roll the windows down when it gets too hot inside the car.
By unplugging the compressors power supply at least the engine will not be spinning a bad compressor. The drive belt will simply spin the pulley without turning the compressor no matter what settings you choose inside the car.
Expect at least 4 or 5 hundred dollars for a system cleaning ,compressor replacement and system recharge. Chances are the compressor has now contaminated the complete system with shards of material that can possibly ruin a new compressor if the system is not totally cleaned.
Posted on Apr 04, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Air Suspension Compressor Motor/Vent Solenoid : Lower RH front corner of engine compartment C134
Air Suspension Switch : Rear side of trunk C458
Air Suspension/EVO Steering Module : Behind RH cowl panel, above connector bracket C204, C205
Air Suspension/EVO Test Connector : RH side of engine compartment, top of wheel well C117 Soft Ride Relay : Under center front of package tray C403Hard Ride Relay : Under center rear of package tray C404 sorry could not find compressor rely listed, good luck
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
You have a problem with your blend door actuator. Every year, twice a year, my husband manually moves the blend door actuator and puts a tie wrap on it so it will stay in either the heat or cool position. You can reach this through the glovebox, which you will need to remove. I had this fixed at the dealer once long, long ago - very expensive because the plastic piece that needs replacing means they must remove the seats and the whole dash area including the steering wheel to properly replace what is broken. If you want to see how that is done go here: http://www.mechanixtrix.com/Article/Article.aspx?ArticleID=145 Much easier going through the glovebox.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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