Question about 1996 Lincoln Town Car
Try checking your fuel pump relay. First, turn your ignition key to the on position, don't try to crank it. Listen to see if you can hear your fuel pump come on, (fuel pump is located inside your gas tank) listen closely. If you don't hear it, this may help you. There is a small black box under the hood on the drivers side. It has writing on it telling you which relays are inside. This one on mine is the middle one. Lift to remove this part of the box. There should be a small latch release on the end, press this down and pull the cover off. Inside there will be the relays. Unplug the one that the outer box says goes to your fuel pump. One of the prongs may look burnt around the base of it. You can get a new one fairly cheap at your parts store. Should run you about ten to twelve dollars. If that is your problem you should be able to replace it and it should crank after one or two tries. This happened to me with my 1996 Lincoln about a month ago. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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