0-60 97 Lincoln mark 8 lsc eaton supercharger?
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Hey It depends on what type of short . Is it a short to ground . Or is It a short ro positive Or is it just an open wire . 1 If its a short to ground and is blowing the fuse you need to know how many amps the short is drawling on the system first. so you do not damage the system. If you have a short… detectror that runs over the wireing it is a easy job as long as you can fallow the wires. you need to feed a small amont of current threw the system and trace the wires with a short detector. with out a short detector you must use a multimeter . select ohms scale . maesure resistance of the circuit in question . then shorten your distence from on end of circuit to the other to you narrow down the spot of the short. 2 Its pretty much the same thery ecept it will not draw any current as positive only atracts to negative & vicversa. 3 an open is easy to find with a test light or multimeter. Just start tracing the circiut by probing if theres a current the light will light up or the meter will read voltrage or amps depending on what scale the meters set on. as sooon as you looseyour current that's were the wire is open . use your multimeter on the ohms scale to check the circuit fisrt to see if it has an open or not. (MORE)
Could be bad fuel injectors that leak when vehicle is parked for any length of time causing it to flood\n Answer \n. \nOne very cold morning I again ran my battery down trying to start my Mark VIII. My wife started her SUV and jumped the battery for me. Her advice to me has solved the problem.…\nDO NOT PRESS THE ACCELERATOR.\nJust turn the key and let the computer control the air fuel mixture.\nNow it works every time!!!!! (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYOU'LL NEED TO BUY A RADIO REMOVAL TOO. THAT'S JUST A SKINNY U-SHAPED ROD YOU INSERT INTO THE TWO HOLES ON EACH SIDE OF THE RADIO. IT COST BETWEEN 3 AND 5 DOLLARS AT ANY PARTS STORE.\nYOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO PULL THE RADIO RIGHT OUT. IF IT DOESN'T COME LOOSE RIGHT AWAY YOU'LL… HAVE TO USE SOME MORE FORCE. THERE'S THIS PLASTIC PART ON THE BACK THE HOLDS THE RADIO IN PLACE AND IT SLIDES ALONG ON A TRACK OVER THE RADIO. SO THAT MIGHT SIT A LITTLE TIGHT. I HAD TO PULL MINE OUT QUIET HARD AND WIGGLE IT A LITTLE TOO. \nAND WHEN YOU PUT IN A NEW RADIO YOU'LL HAVE TO ATTACH THE PLASTIC PIECE TO THE NEW RADIO WHICH IS NO BIG DEAL.\nGOOD LUCK\nTHOMAS. make your own tool out of a coat hanger bend 2 in u shape so they fit in eack side of radio holes push in till you feel a bit of resistance and pull with both u shape tools wiggle back and forth the clips will release letting radio come out 1 inch then pull with hands until you can disconnect wiring harness and antennea (MORE)
You can easily change to regular lights, all you have to do is bypass the amp that's located behind the radiator on the passenger side. Make sure you disconnect the battery before you touch ANYTHING, because the amp creates enormous amounts of power that could actually be fatal. Hard to imagine from… a 12V Battery right? Once you bypass the amp, you'll have to find a way to fit a regular bulb in your hid light sockets...just be creative. (MORE)
You have a 97 mark vIII lsc can anyone tell you what ring and pinion is in this car ex 75--88--9 not the ratio?
Answer . All of the Marks used an IRS 8.8" setup. So, your ring & pinion is 88.
Answer . The ~safety~ air bag on a 1991 should not be serviced by the vehicle owner. Replacement suspension air bags (springs) come with complete instructions (Arnott, StrutMasters, etc). The seller/manufacturer should gladly provide the buyer with a set even BEFORE purchasing the product. This i…s in their best interest to show you juyst how easy it is to install their product. If not, I'd move on to the next seller/manufacturer.. Answer . Jack up your car, get to the air bag, turn the solenoid with vise grips, once the air is out turn the "fat" part at the top to unlock it. its kinda like your power steering cap on your car... it fits into place and turns to lock in. Now at the bottom of your a-arm remove the clip around the little stub that you see. kinda like a cotter pin... But like they said go to strutmasters.com and get some springs!!! 219.00 with shipping included and all instructions also. Hey also visit www.lincolnsonline.com (MORE)
Answer . In the center console there are 2 things that open,the button in front,push down and the second part will open,there is a button in by the change holder. Make sure you open the second,lower part,not just the top half. Confusing but once you see it you will feel stupid, I did anyway.. Yo…u can also pop your trunk and use the T-handle on the right hand side/ (MORE)
How do you level the air suspension in a 98 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC one side of the Lincoln is raised higher than the other side?
Answer . \ncheck to see if the ride height sensor is hooked up properly. Its the little shock absorber looking thing by the air bag. When this happened on mine reattaching the part and then restarting the car fixed it. You may have to take a flat blade screwdriver and bend the little metal retai…ning clip back so that it will holdto the spindle on the control arm. (MORE)
Answer . \nReplacing the front airsprings or any of the airsprings is actually very easy. First off turn off the suspension switch in the trunk behind the spare tire.Next remove the wheels .Below airspring remove retaining clip by sliding forward. On the top of the airspring there is an electric…al plug in the airspring solenoid remove that next. NOW THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT turn the solenoid counterclockwise ABOUT A QUARTER INCH ONLY TILL IT CLICKS INTO THE FIRST SLOT and air remaining in the airspring is expelled If you turn it too\nmuch the solenoid could pop out and hurt you or cause damage BE CAREFUL!!! Now once air is expelled completely you need to turn the solenoid another turn till it comes out the upper slot Now you can remove the airline by pushing down the coller on line and pulling line out.Now release metal clip on airbag by pushing down once done you can turn airspring to remove. Install front wheels lower slightly till tires touch ground but don't put all weight on springs. Turn on suspension switch put charger on battery and turn ignition on dont remove jack till springs are completely filled (MORE)
Answer . Does the squeaking occur when your are turning right to left or when you hit a bump in the road? My experience was with the ball joints. You see cars stuck along side the road and looks as if the wheel fell off? Hey those darn ball joints they cost about $10.00 buck and you will need a… ball joint press tool to make things a lot easier. (MORE)
Thermostat, shmermostat . I have a 94 MK8. I can't guarantee it, but it is probabally the same on a 97. The thermostat is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment towards the bottom of the engine, almost in line with the pulleys. There are about three or four hoses which run into a… metal junction. The thermostst is inside of that junction. You must remove all of the hoses to get it out. It is a huge pain to get to if the car is not jacked up and even then there is not much space to work. good luck. NAPA had the thermostat specified by lincoln. (MORE)
Answer . They came with the JBL's and if you are having trouble it may be the amp that is under the package shelf with access through the trunk. Just trying to save you time and money. If the speakers are crickling and crackling most of the time it's the amp and not the speakers that causes it.
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Answer . Open the trunk. As you are looking at the trunk (from the rear) , on the left inside of the trunk you will see a little panel (turn little black nob vertically to open) this is the location of your air ride shut off and fuel pump shut off. You will see a large gray box that has a white …sticker on it. There will be printed a 5 digit number (ex. 11375) and that will open your locked doors. Pressing an additional "3" at the end of your code will unlock passenger door also. Pressing an additional "5" will open the trunk as well. Hope this helps. (MORE)
I have an 89 LSC and the PCV is located at the back of the plenum on the intake manifold. There is a hose coming out of it--pull up on the hose until the pcv comes out or the hose pops off of it----Its a stretch for sure and a flashlight is definitely recommended! there is a wire filter under the pc…v. a deck screw taped to the end of a Phillips screwdriver is the best tool to use to remove it for cleaning. when you replace your pcv, clean the wire filter under it. the pcv valve, grommet and wire filter are still available from the dealerships. . (MORE)
1996 Lincoln Mark 8 lsc Need advice Car starts and runs fine but as you drive It seems to chug and stumble as you go up hills give it gas I have changed the spark plugs and wires?
It sounds like injectors....fuel filter....or fuel pump.....email@example.com Is it happening at low speed ? I just read about this at http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1993-to-1998-lincoln-mark-viii-6.htm 2 issues: Automatic transmission: Transmission shudder or vibration unde…r light acceleration or when shifting between third and fourth gear above 35 mph can be fixed by replacing the transmission fluid with Mercon fluid. (1992-94). Automatic transmission: The transmission may slip and the engine may flare when the transmission shifts into fourth gear, which can often be traced to a bad TR/MLP sensor. (1993-95). If its happening during acceleration I'd start with the fuel filter. they are supposed to be changed every 36000 miles and most ppl dont do it. If that doesnt solve it, then you may want to think about testing the output pressure of the feul pump. If you waited too long to change the filter, you may have put too much stress on ur fuel pump . filters cost around $12 (MORE)
Usually the first failure on the fuel system is the Fuel Pump Relay, If the relay is not working it will not run the fuel pump! This relay is normally located in the trunk drivers side, cost is usually about $15 however get an Electrical Component Locator for the car specific, you can find this… usually at your local public Library in the refference section MITCHELL books and make copies. This is very helpful to locate any electrical part in the car !! Before replacing the relay, turn the ignition only to the on position and listen closely to see if you can hear the fuel pump prime the system, it should run for about 2 seconds and stop, if you do not here the fuel pump run then start by changing the relay, then try it again, if this does not work the next thing would be most likely the fuel pump has failed, I recommend having this changed at a professional shop ! as the tank has to be removed because the fuel pump is in the gas tank and will have to be drained ! If this does not solve the problem, assuming your car has Throttle Body Injection, the next thing would be the engine computer, if this not working it will not open the fuel injectors! (MORE)
Answer . Sorry, I should have specified that I am looking for the aftermarket bulb size, I already have the Ford part number, etc.
you have to remove the inside door panel to get to the nuts on the back of the handle housing. then you have to undo the door latch actuator rod from the handle (it's little yellow colored plastic snap lock at the end of the rod).
Just type the number in the key pad at any time. If you dont know the code. open your trunk. look on the hinges one of them will have a 5 digit or 6 digit number. type this in the key pad and it should open providing the module for the pad is working.
It's the second fuse down on the right side of the interior fuse block, 20 amp, yellow
97-98 Mark VIII's have a computer chip in the key head that is read by the ring around the ignition switch. The key must be programmed to the ignition switch by the Ford or L/M dealer. They will also be able to get the key code for you upon verification of your ownership of the vehicle.
5X4.50in. -- 5X114.3m.m. -- offset is med.-high --16" wheels --center bore is 70.60stud size is 1/2in.X20
If you are referring to the color, that you can't do anything about, it's the liquid that is sealed in there that changes colors. The only fix is to change it out.
If both sides don't work, I'd check the master on the drivers' side, then the one on the passenger side if they still don't work then the fuse box would be checked. Not likely that both motors would go out at the same time unless that is the way you bought it and the owner didn't fix one then the ot…her one went out. (MORE)
there are several websites that sell the replacement parts like for example suspension-alternatives, or strutmasters. they also sell conversion kits. you could junk yard it, butt remember these factory parts by design only last an average of seven years
I tried and no one would touch it, I pulled it and found that an amp from a 1995 Aerostar was the same right down to the plug. 2 bolt and plug in the harness worked for me.
The firing order on a 5.0 Lincoln engine is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 . Thenumber one cylinder is on the drivers side, closest to the front.
Either the air suspension relay that is behind the passenger side wheel well or the compressor.
On the passenger side behind the wheel well liner to your right, silver with fins.
The Air suspension Relay is located on either the front or side of the air suspension compressor bracket, which is located inside the front right wheelwell, below the headlight. The easiest ways to access it are to remove the lower valence / front spoiler assembly and look up on the right side (it i…s roughly 2" x 2" x 1/2" thick with an Aluminum heat sink in the middle), or to remove the front tire and the front fasteners from the inner fender liner (there are two in the wheel lip opening, two in the lower valence to inner fender liner joint (well, three actually, but only the innermost two need to be removed, and a plastic clip that attaches to the side of the engine compartment which is removed by pulling the smaller center round pin out first, then pulling the outer round piece out. The inner fender well can then be pulled rearward to access the relay. There is an identical one in the left side wheelwell that is for the ABS Brake system, these can be interchanged to test operation. (MORE)
5.0 H.O. Firing Order: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8. Firewall. 4. 8. 3. 7. 2. 6. 1. 5. Front bumper .
They didn't make 1997 Mark Vii's? Maybe your talking about a mark Viii? To add to this question.... The Mark VII and Mark VIII are equipped with different engines. Mark VII came with Ford 5.0 H.O. V8 and a 2.3l Turbo Diesel in the earlier models. Mark VIII came with the 4.6l V8
Could be one of two things: 1. Check your tail light fuse and your brake switch fuse; 2. If your fuses are good it's probably your brake lamp switch located behind your brake pedal.
Need to remove, engine cover throttle body/intake drive belt fuel lines pcv valve hose spark plug wires for rear bank than you should be able to unbolt the supercharger
Open the trunk, remove the carpet lining and unscrew the black plugs and remove the burt out bulb.
you must remove the steering column and dash board and disconnect the a/c and heater hoses from the firewall. it might help if you remove the upper intake to provide you easier access/but the dash has to be completely removed.. hope this is helpful
I suggest that you get a manual. There are many aspects of the job. Torque values. Replace parts vs reuse parts, valve timing etc. On the other hand you move everything out of the way. This includes removing intake and exhaust manifolds. You need to observe everything carefully. To remove exhaust ma…nifold you must first disconnect exhaust pipe. Since engine is an overhead cam you must disconnect timing chain from the head. Remove valve covers, unbolt head bolts in the correct order so head doesn't warp. Completely remove old head gasket and prepare surfaces for new gasket. Put everything back the right way and your done. (MORE)
If you mean the air conditioner, back of the passenger side under the hood by the firewall.
yes you can but its not recommended for more than one hundred miles. The output shaft bearing takes a beating without lubrication. Not trying to sound like a smart-a## but get aaa. it will save you money in the long run.. hope this helps
It's your blend door actuator, big job for a $6.00 part, the dash has to be removed to access unless your mechanic is a magician.
yes, the computer is located in the trunk on the underside of the package shelf
Just disconnect the wiring and remove the sensor from the air tube and replace with a new one.
I think the button is on the lower side drivers dash or the emergency one is in the trunk, the side of the filler door look for a wire with a little handle on it and pull. It may have fallen behind the side panel so check that if it's not in plain sight. look in the bottom half of your center conso…le, there will be a small button. usually its labeled "fuel" (MORE)
Under middle of car attached to frame pull out plastic clips and pull line off Hope this helps
May be your IAC valve (idle air control) they get dirty inside and make your idle act up. Back of the engine toward the passenger side, two bolts and hard to get at.
Assuming the car is shaking at idle in drive, the engine is either in need of a tuneup or you may have a loose or broken motor mount.
There were 500 black LSE SE made in 91 . That's all I know sorry .
Drivers side past the battery, look down and you will see a journal where radiator hoses connect, that is where the thermostat is.
1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 is the firing order for the 5.0 H.O. engines... If it's not the H.O. engine it is: 1 - 5 - 4 - 2 - 6 - 3 - 7 - 8...