There is a diagram on the hood, to remove the belt look to the left behind the strut tower. There is a tentioner there and you release the tention by moving it with a wrench or socket.
only if the engine is the same.
replace tension put it on
The gross weight of a 1994 Lincoln Continental was about 4,100 pounds. It had a curb weight of just over 3,100 pounds.
I have had a 1994 Lincoln Continental for many years and always have used 87 octane gas (Regular). That is what the manual calls for.
What size engine do you have?
Best bet is to go to parts house and see if they can pull up a diagram of the serpentine belt pathway. Possibly NAPA parts may have this.
In order to replace the heater core, you have to go under the dash, passanger side. But before you go for it, you have to drain the coolant from the motor.
If you mean the back brakes, I have a 1994 Lincoln Continental. To replace the pads on the back, I had to buy a special tool to depress the cylinder. Its a screw type cylinder and had to have this tool to put new pads on.
What is wrong with your dash?