Question about Lincoln Town Car
It would sound like an electrical issue. It would help confirm it if you can check if you have an elctronic assist steering, the one using an electric motor instead of hydraulics. You may also want to run a scanner on the engine to see if the car's ECU or computer module detected any errors. The error code would help accurately pinpoint the problem for trouble shooting. If it is nothing serious a rest on the ECU would help. You can do that by unplugging the battery for more than 2mins and the ECU should clear the error and it should work.
You may also want to check the plugs if they are giving out sparks especially when you encounter stuttering. If it is an electrical problem like I fear, you may have to go through the wirings if you wish to fix it yourself. You need to check for exposed or corroded wires and terminals that are exposed or loose. Check for the ground connections on the engine.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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