Check the operation and alignment of the stop light switch - usually located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
Most starting problems are checked by starting with ethier fuel, spark, or battery.
I had the same problem and found out it was the crank shaft sensor!
What is your problem? Is it because the alarm goes off for no reason? If it is I had the same problem and can help you.
I have the same problem i say its too old im throwing it away
There is a problem with the SRS...have a dealer check it.
The problem most likely is the fuse to that circuit, the battery, the aternator, or the wiring. Have each checked.
On a 1998 Lincoln Town Car : If " check trac " is displayed with the engine running a problem with the traction control system has been detected and the traction control system needs to be checked and the problem corrected
Hey Amanda==It probably is the motors but it will have to be checked out. goodluckJoe
my 98 Lincoln had the same problem and i replaced the battery the car turns over fine now. good luck
you can fit any thing on any car, the problem is do you have the money for alterations.
first check your oils in your car and if all is well your transmission could be burnt or something is not catching when you gear.
I had a similar problem in my 96 continental to make a long story short one of my door ajar sensors was bad when driving cluster would read door ajar replaced sensor for about 125.00 and havent had a problem sense
Diseases and shortages were a constant problem for the Continental Army. Having enough soldiers was also a problem for the army.
Check fuse box underneath the dash in the passenger compartment - to ensure power to the PCM relay. In the 95 Lincoln - it is fuse # 11 (10Amp). If you cannot connect a scantool - this is probably ur problem.
Drive the car to your local auto parts store and they will test the charging system to determine what the problem is, at no cost.
did you turn back on the air switch in the trunk
Yes, there is no problem bringing alcohol on an aircraft if it is in checked luggage. Carry-on is the problem.
I can't say for certain but I think that year has a crank sensor which could be bad also it could be a fuel problem or even an ignition problem
A problem has been detected with the Anti-lock Brake System It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem As long as the red " BRAKE " light in your dash is not on you still have " normal " brakes
There could be a problem with the dashboard computer, on my 98 Lincoln continental the computer isn't always correct spray some wd-40 in the latching mech of the door.sometimes dirt gets in there and the wd flushes it out. went to a dealer and it only cost me $5.00 for some lube
The main problem with Wegners theory of continental drift was that at the time he proposed it he had no real proof.
I was told by my cousin who is an auto mechanic that dirty oxygen sensors would cause that problem. You can either replace them or you can wash them.
I can't tell you how but I can say you have an electrical problem. There is something shorting out also there should be other accesories not working that are on the same fuse