Question about 1995 Lincoln Town Car
Hi, my 95 town car would start fine when cold but after it had run for awhile it might or might not start. After supporting Ford for awhile it was found that a relay switch to the Power train control module was bad. This is located under the hood and the heat from the engine will sometimes cause it to overheat and not allow the engine to start until it had cooled off. I once had to wait four hours. The part cost approx. 7-9 dollars. The problem was only found when the car would not start when at the Ford garage.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
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