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Why does my 2001 lincoln continental lose power when i try to go fast in reverse . all other functions seem fine and the car runs like a top. i can't "gun" it in reverse or the motor starts to cut out

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SOUND LIKE REVERSE GEAR OR PLANETARY GEAR SET DAMAGED OR WORN CAUSING STRAIN ON TRANSMISSION WHEN YOU GO IN REVERSE.

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Why is my 2001 lincoln continental shutting off while running, may or may not start up again


WHEN THE TANK CAP IS WORN THE AERATION IS BLOCKED; VACUUM IS BUILDING UP WHILE DRIVING UNTIL IT STOPS THE GAS FLOW. TRY TO RELEASE THE CAP OR CHANGE IT.

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1999 Lincoln Continental...Starts and runs good put it in reverse or drive and it kills the engine. Starts back up fine but same results


Possible bad switch on the transmission or
some type of adjustment to linkage or cable
to compensate for a worn switch

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1999 Lincoln Continental has a loud squeak in steering mechanism during cold weather. Seems to be located on drivers side.


The belt may be slipping on your power steering pump or the pump itself is stiff and failing due to the fluid being low or old and in need of replacement. Check the fluid level in the pump. If the steering is still functioning fine and just squeeking, then simply tightening the belt may solve the problem.

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I have a 98 lincoln continental with automatic transmission, that is in good shape , runs well without any problems, while driving this evening, the car sudden acted liked it shifted into neutral, the...


check the fluid level and for a clogged filter in the trans. Is it making a buzzing noise like it's sucking air?

Not a sensor or solenoid problem.

Nov 12, 2009 | 1998 Lincoln Continental

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Right turn signal lamps


Sounds like the computer is telling you that you have a bulb out check all the bulbs and see if one is burnt out.

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