Question about Lincoln Town Car
It is in the tank and yes you have to drop the tank. No diagram really, but you take the filler hose loose then unbolt the straps that hold the tank on and feel up on top of the tank to release the wires and hoses. Then let it the rest of the way down. A good floor jack will help because it is sometimes heavy due to the fuel in the tank.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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