Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
Inside of front bumper. In the center. You can get to it from underneath.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
I have the same car and don't get bent at this answer .... but if you bought it used and don't know the full extent of the car check the computer and change the steering to low or normal effort ... High effort is harder than my z28 used to be ... and going around entrance/exit ramps you really have to put some effort into it ...
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 lincoln continental stuck
Make sure you have brake lights.This is were the shifter solenoid gets it's signal from to get it out of gear.
One thing you can try is turn the igntion switch towards the run postion stopping just short of activating the electronics.Then try and move shifter to neutral then you can start it and out it into gear so you can drive it to get it fixed.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
You have to remove the steering wheel after you remove the airbag. this is a dangerous repair if you have no real world experience.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
When the check engine light comes on it detected a problem in the engine management system.The engine management looks for open sensors,gounded out sensor it looks for normality and function. Then you have the catalytic convertor the engine management is to protect the catalytic. The check engine light is design for performance and drivabilty and emissions. If the check engine light is on you now operate out of range and out of plane.Your out of fuel control. Depending on what the code is. The ECM will subsitute a value to keep the engine in performance. A disconnected hose,a wire,a failing sensor will cause the light on,A simple visual inspection can hepl resolve the issue. If you correct the the situation like a loose gas cap, The check engine light , wont just turn off ,either you uses a scan tool or it takes up to 3 good start up,meaning the engine has to shut down, temperature need to be 160 F. then warm up,This is one trip,youll need to do it again ,this will be a second trip, a total of 3 good trips. Or 40 good ignition start up. For the ECM to shut the light off.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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