Question about Lincoln Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Aug 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fuel pump cut-off (inertia) switch is in the trunk on the LEFT. It is mounted on the left of the LEFT trunk hinge !!!
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
My friend, no one has step by step instructions on these kinds of procedures that actually help the lay, backyard mechanic. That is why auto mechanics go to school for years to learn how to do these things. (And truth be know about it - they hate this kind of work) You may find some general instructions in a "Motors" manual for your specific model. Be prepared to pay $30.00 + <> for this reference. "Motors" manuals available at your auto parts store and possibly at the library.
You will find the general instructions are a pretty good guide in doing what you want to do. You may also find there are special tools required to get iside some of the places you have to go to get to the motor. In my experience, while trying to save some of MY hard earned $, once I got inside, I either couldn't get the replacement part OR there is ONE MORE SCREW to be removed that must be accessed through a special hole in the fire wall using a special tool that "SnapOn" stopped making in 1997.
While I admire your effort to save $ while solving your own difficulty, I need to tell you be prepared with a box bandaids, a back and neck stretcher/realigner and your checkbook and then possibly have to take it then to the professional for fix. Stuff is hidden under the dashboard for good reason.
On the other hand, maybe you can fix it easily and/or you can live with the blend not working as you would like in your 15 year old vehicle.
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Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1996 Lincoln
For 1996 Lincoln Town Car 4.6L SFI 8cyl check one of the following:
* Hazard flasher: the Flasher is located: front seating area, driver side, under dash, driver side of steering column, mounted on wiring/connector side of fuse panel
* Turn signal: the Flasher is located: front seating area, driver side, under dash, driver side of steering column, mounted on fuse side of fuse panel
There are only two fuses in the system, position 1 (15 AMP) and position 16 (15 AMP) in the instrument panel fuse box. Most likely your trouble is in the multifunction switch at the column. The hazard switch tends to get sticky and lose contact. Try wiggling and pushing the hazard switch and see if everything starts working again.
Some owners suspect "module", but, It is doubtful that two Lighting control modules failed in the same way. It is more likely the multifunction switch is faulty. You can check to see if you have voltage coming out of the switch at the lighting control module. You can check pin 15 (white/red wire) and pin 13 (light blue wire) for 12 volts. Pin 15 should be a constant 12 volts, while pin 13 should be a flashing 12 volts. If there is no voltage on either circuit it is not getting a signal from the switch. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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