Question about 1990 Lincoln Continental
Hello, in regards to your problem, it sounds like you have "Fuse" problem, still. Possibly a flaky one. Make sure you sure a Volt meter to check them. I believe all those devices you listed, are all powered by the same fuse. If you have a diagram of your under-dash fuse panel, I believe that fuses is listed in the middle of the diagram. Its like a 20 or 25 amp fuse. Those items listed, **** a lot of juice. Those devices are all hard-wired, electromechanical components, all the controls are in the door, you can disassemble those control modules, and see if they need cleaning, all the modules are all mechanical. I know for sure for the Power seats, I had a situation, where the seats would not recline properly, once I cleaned the switch, the problem was solved.
I hope this helps. -- Alfredo
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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