1986-89 Lincoln Mark VII Stereo Wiring
6 1/2" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6" x 9" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
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Hello, Just wanted to tell you about our bed rails on a 2008 Lincoln LT. We wanted to keep ours when we put on a hardcover lid on the bed of our Lincoln. The rails can be added to a hardcover lid. It looks great and dresses up the color-coded lid.
The end caps are made out of plastic and there is a length of metal inside the hollowed out rail. Don't know if separation issues are a problem for you, but ours seemed to stretch and shrink until gaps appeared.
Lincolns have a longer Warranty and Lincoln may Warranty a repair if you are still using the stock application from the factory. One of our end-caps fell off while we returned from a 500 mile trip. Our Dealer replaced the missing piece since a Lincoln Dealer made the modification. No hassle at all.
A shop which installs the lids may have more information than I can give you. I hope I have been helpful with my comments.
I wouldn't use any kind of sealant in the hydrolics system for brakes.Go online and find nearest junk yard or salvage shop nearest to you.Call and tell them year, make and model of your car and they will let you know if they have a car that matches yours and you might be able to get part from that car.this will be a used part and be fairly cheaper,then if this part were new.
The player or radio coming out should have a sticker on it with a diagral. If not, the only two you need to worry about is the red and bla. They are the hot and grd. and are larger than the speaker wires. Get those two hooked up, put in a cd and turn it on. Then match up the speaker outputs to the correct speaker. Should be only one wire per speaker. If not, All speaker grounds are the same color and markings. Good Luc, Ned
for the temp..check the sensors. your thermostat only controls the water/antifreeze flow. the switch in the trunk may be an engine or fuel tank shut off switch. the speakers' wires may have a short..its also possible that the wires that are connected to the radio may be loose.
I have a 1988 Lincoln Mark VII but this still should work.
You first need to enter in the code you have. Then, within five seconds press the 1/2 button. Then, within five seconds of each other, press five buttons in any sequence you desire and this will be your new code. Hope this helps.