Question about 1988 Lincoln Mark VII
While I am driving the car shuts off. Found a vacuum line unplugged yesterday on the passenger side above the wheel. Plugged it back in and ran fine for the rest of the day. Today it did the same thing though. While it was running I played with that area to see if I could pin point the problem, it did shut off one or two times, but I restarted it and now it won't do it again. Could a vacuum line do that while the car is running or is it still the ignition module? (that was posted in someone elses answer on here)
Its the the ignition switch or the lock and tumbler....i had the same problem with my 88 lincoln mark 7
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
It is the ignition module that caused it to stop. Check it up, it may need replacement.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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