First advice. If you don't think you can do the job right... DON'T. Remember, your life depends on the brakes. Second advice. Don't be affraid to ask for help. Anyway, it's pretty simple really. Do one side at a time. Doesn't matter which. Jack car up, put jack stand under car. (safety first) Remove master cylinder cover. Remove tire. Remove caliper and old pads. Remove rotor and replace with new one. Compress piston in caliper. Install new brake pads. Re-install and secure caliper. Do other side. Check brake fluid level. You're done.
your radiator broke!!!!
It's a 1973 lincoln continental :) hope i could be helpful:)
transmission issues, but could be the starter also if you had a rough start.
The MAF sensor may be in need of cleaning.
Most starting problems are checked by starting with ethier fuel, spark, or battery.
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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
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.
A 1978 Lincoln Continental 4 door sedan could be worth $15100 in a high retail situation. Average retail, $6200. Low retail, $3625. It's all about condition and factory options.
The Himalayas are formed from a continental to continental plate convergence.
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
Code PO412 for your Lincoln means that the engine is currently misfiring, could be due to the timing is off, poor fuel, if your running regular in there, stop!, start putting anything higher then 91 octane, so 91 and up, but i wouldn't go past 93, that's what i run in my 01 continental.
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It could be the fuel pump inertia switch needs to be reset. It is located in the trunk on the drivers side of the car.
If you have a remote that locks & unlocks your antitheft system it could be as simple as resetting your remote, I had a similar experience.
there is a security chip under the colum maybe it fell out happened to me once
take it to the dealer and have them find it, there's alot of things that it could be. It is the instrument cluster. Get it fixed. Search eBay for DCL errors. Fixed for $75.
my 98 Lincoln had the same problem and i replaced the battery the car turns over fine now. good luck
A nick, crack or tear in a belt will make a tick soung as well as a water pump that is going bad.
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i don't know what continental drift theory mean.
This could suggest that a tire has ... low pressure! If all the tires have adequate pressure, some kind of problem with the sensors or wiring is probably to blame.
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