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1994 Lincoln Continental won't start

Died suddenly in traffic, cranks but won't start. No previous trouble.

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  • kamikazestev Jun 10, 2008

    Yesterday I tried to start it and it started right up with no trouble at all. I've driven it short distances since and it hasn't acted up any. I just don't know what it could have been but this problem will surely surface again.

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Look at the Constant Control Relay Module and a possible ground short.

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    twallybravow Feb 08, 2013

    Look at the Constant Control Relay Module and a possible ground short.

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I've had the same problem, If anyone finds a fix please post it.

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

I am having the same exact problem with my 94' Continental. Runs great, then just dies. Doesnt start if i crank it over unless I wait a little while. I think its something in the ignition system, not for sure though.

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