Question about 1984 Lincoln Town Car
YOU MAY HAVE A DEFECTIVE IGNTI0ON STARTER SWITCH, THEY COME APART AND YOU LOOSE POWER TO THE WHOLE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, THIS SWITCH IS OPERATED BY A LONG LINKAGE ROD FROM THE IGNITION KEY CYLINDER, IT IS LOCATED ON THE TOP OF THE COLUMN TUBE NEAR THE FLOOR, IN ORDER TO REPLACE IT U MUST REMOVE THE UNDER DASH TRIM COVER, THE REMOVE THE 2 NUTS ON THE STUDS THAT HOLD THE COLUMN UP, DROP THE COLUMN DOWN AND THEN U WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THE SWITCH WHICH IS HELD IN PLACE BY TWO NUTS, CAREFULLY UNPLUG IT AND INSTALL THE NEW SWITCH. BELOW IS PART NUMBER PRIVE AND PICTURE OF THE SWITCH
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # US98 $12.00
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would suggest replacing the battery terminal ends with new ones. Cost about $5.00 a pair and make sure you tighten the terminal ends down tight.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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