Question about Lincoln Town Car
You need to work in a tight place but it can be done take as many of the screws out as you can the top one needs to stay then break it away then take the plastic around the screw that is left in
out then the new part cut a slot in the new part for the top screw and put it back in i worked at Wixom assembly for 30 years. hope this help
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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