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What kind of gear oil i need for my 1998 town car, and if i need to add any aditives to the oil??

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My 1993 lincoln town car wont shift to any gears


Please review the following:

1. Review the oil level of the transmition, if you see the dip stick without oil, add 1qrt until you see the dip stick with a mark of oil

2. then the gears will run

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What kind of oil do I use


The oil viscosity should be on the oil cap or on the emissions sticker under the hood. I believe it is 5w30 for your vehicle.

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How to put gear oil in..


The only place to put gear oil is in the "pumpkin". Otherwise called the rear-end.
To do so, I recommend driving the car backwards onto two ramps to raise the rear end up in the air, this also tilts the car forward.
Between the rear wheels, in the center of the axle, is a large metal container of gears and gear oil.
There should be a large hex-headed bolt less than half-way from the bottom to the top on the rear, facing your back bumper.
This is where the gear oil goes in, but after you take the bolt out, before you add any oil, stick your finger into the hole and try to feel the oil level.
If you can feel it, you don't need any more gear oil to be added.

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I need to change the oil in the transfer case but i dont know what kind to use or how much.


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My lifters are knocking can i add something to my oil or do i have to replace them ?


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What weight oil of gear oil does the 1989 lincoln town car use in the differential.


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