there is a coil spring conversion made by Arnott, i have it on my 91 LSC SE and the ride is so much better, i would check out Eibach, Tein, and other spring companies, as well as cross reference parts from a thunderbird/cougar/mustang of the same year range There are ride height adjusters under the front and rear of the car to lower the car all you need to do is adjust these and you can drop it at least a couple inches. only make sure car is supported by jack stands when doing so.
Ask this at The Lincoln Mark VII Club Forum.
You have to replace with springs and shocks
1994 Lincoln Mark VII doesn't exist.
The Lincoln mark VII club .org is a good place to start
Where is the starter on a 1990 lincoln mark 7
Lincoln did not offer a Mark VII in 1993.. Lincoln stopped production in 1992. Then started the Mark VIII in 1993
a mark VII (7)? http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3149133
Yes it will
at the parts store
fuse for what circuit ?
It is possible that a Mustang transmission will fit in a Lincoln Mark VII. It is likely that the clutch plate and the pilot bearing will have to be changed.
where is the starter relay located on a 1990 Lincoln mark 7
It is on the left rear of the engine.
Front or rear?
no fuse, but there are relays
Lincoln Mark VII Safety Air Bags need to be serviced by a professional. Do NOT take chances with this.
On the passenger side underneath floor just ahead of the rear wheel. Hope this helps Mark VII Heaven
Somebody was playing with it to reset milage
special tool search eBay
There is only one ABS brake pump motor recommended for the 1990 Lincoln Mark VII. The ABS pump is manufactured by three different companies.
right above the brake pedal on the left
next to your e break relese
On he firewall just behind the engine.
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