Question about 2000 Lincoln Town Car
For limo 120" town car you must use LX4 245/60R17/RF 108 T tires ( only Michelin make this tires . Pressure of this tire 41psi . For limo you must use Michelin heavy duty tires which uploud weight to 2500kg . On regular town car not limo stretch , base tires 225-60-17 pressure of cause tire pressure 35psi . If you have wrong tires with weight less then 2500kg you can be have big problem on the roud and with low if something happen.
Posted on Oct 02, 2013
1; Your tires may not be correct for the vehicle. Look at the tire, get the ratings off of them, and look that up on the Michelin website. Your tires may not be able to handle the extra weight. The rating should be something like "Load Rating B" or something like that.
2: While looking at the tires, they should also tell you the minimum and maximum tire air pressure.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
The frist thing i would look at would be the blower motor feed a live wire to it to make sure the motor has not gone but the fuse will be under your let knee not sure want number, but all so give the motor a tap with some thing to see if this makes it work.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: What is correct tire pressure?
Check the glove box. Most times there is also a sticker located in the glove box or on the back side of the glove box door that will give you the tire pressure. However you need to be sure that the tires are either original or the correct replacement for the original. This is because the pressures between makes and sizes of tires.
If you can't find any information on the current tires or information in the glove box then a pressure of 32psi to 35 psi is a safe bet.
this is by far the most common psi for 80% of tires.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: Lincoln Town Car 1996
sorry but there is no way we can know what has happened, a body shop is not a good choice for the wiring damage, they fix sheet metal not wiring, have the car towed to a dealer and get the wiring fixed there, then if u need body work have the BS finish the job. Sorry i can't be of more help here.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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