Question about 1990 Lincoln Mark VII
Generally a relay is used instead of a fusses. Look under hood for a relay panel.. substitution is the easiest way to find failed relay.
I had similar symptom on my Towncar....found that adjacent relays were same part number. Pulled the horn relay....substituted it for the fuel relay...then replace with a new one.. Did not leave the defective one in place of horn relay. There may be other circuits on the same relay. Be careful !
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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