Question about 1999 Lincoln Town Car
Posted by Anonymous on
Check rubber water seals that press against the bottom of the windshield.
Posted on Sep 11, 2012
Sounds like heater core is leaking check coolant level see if it is low
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 lincoln town car
If you notice a 'sweet' smell, or windows tend to fog up, it's your cars heater core leaking. The heater core is located under the dash, passenger side, it's like a mini radiator. The cars cooling system directs hot coolant to it so you can have heat. To change it is an involved procedure.
If there is no evidence of the anti-freeze smell or windows fogging up, and u have been using your air conditioner, it would be a blockage in the drain tube from the a/c. The end of the tube is located under the car on the passenger side , behind the front wheel. The blockage needs to be removed, and will solve the problem. Let me know what u find Curt
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: Fix leaking on passenger floror
After a heavy rain, I noticed about 2 inches of water on the rear passenger floorboards of my '02 Signature TC. The front was also soaked.
Try this link at Edmunds' forum - http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.f147dda/0 - it discusses various leaks the town car has. A little way into the thread, it specifically discusses the leak on the passenger side. My leak was coming in through the foam gasket under the HVAC (air vent assembly). After reading the entire thread, I concluded my problem could be fixed by following Ralka's instructions on page three, reply #25. The whole repair took just over an hour - I'm not a mechanic, so if you're mechanically inclined, it would probably take less time. It fixed the problem.
PS - I also had to replace two plastic, rectangular cowl retainer clips (with plastic screws), they're made by Dorman (the 41099 cowl retainer fit perfectly, in spite of a link they have that says it's not made for the TC). If you also need to replace the clips, you can get them here - http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/search/?searchType=global&Ntt=cowel+retainer&N=0&submit=Submit+Query.
Posted on Sep 05, 2012
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