Question about 1997 Lincoln Town Car
Hi all you need to do is take the door panel/card off and refit the rod it will push into a whole and it will be held in place by a push on clip, this clip will have more than likely fell into the bottom of the door, it will be a small black metal clip that goes around the rod and holds it into the lock at the other end.
this rod tends to fall off if the door has been slammed a few times of they can just work loose.
once you have the door panel off you will see what i mean about the small metal clip, this is an easy job to do and it only requires pushing the end of the rod into its place then put the metal clip over the top then your lock will be working again.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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