Hello, I have Lincoln Town Car 1996 and this weekend a tire blowout front driver side, the tire affect the main wires and the connectors were damaged. The car was power off, I'm trying to re-connect the wires but the car does't run, only start key work fine, but does't run. Some friend toldme that could be disable some gas valve, but I don't know were is it. I checked the motor fuses box and I found 4 of then blowed, one of them was a BIG FUSE 40 amps, I replaced it but not run. I hope some body can help me of some body have a electrical diagram. I'll appreciate your help.
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Re: Lincoln Town Car 1996
Sorry but there is no way we can know what has happened, a body shop is not a good choice for the wiring damage, they fix sheet metal not wiring, have the car towed to a dealer and get the wiring fixed there, then if u need body work have the BS finish the job. Sorry i can't be of more help here.
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