Not a big job at all.
#1.Where the heater lines go into the core on the passengers side under the hood .....(just remove the heater lines) ,
#2. There is a small plate that holds the top of the core in place. 4 Small srews on top (Remove them) Core pulls right out.
..... One of the easiest heater core removals ever.
The only thing that might get in your way is the air cond lines and such , but very easy removal.
location of the #1cylin
try to replace the camshaft position sensor located under the power steering resivoir .. on 4.6 liter lincoln ...
My Chilton book shows that the engine coolant system capacity is ( 11.1 quarts ) For the 3.8 liter V6 in a 1988 Lincoln Continental
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1964 Lincoln Continental : ( the only engine listed is the 7.0 liter / 430 cubic inch V8 )
remove old heater and screw in new
The only engine from the factory in a 1997 Lincoln Continental is the 4.6 liter Dual Over Head Cam , V8 engine ( 281 cubic inches )
.the heater core is behind the dash .
The thermostat is mounted in the cooling outlet housing on a 1967 Lincoln Continental 7.6 liter 8-cylinder model. Just follow the upper radiator hose to where it meets the engine.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1964 Lincoln Continental , 7.0 liter / 430 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .035 inch )
According to www . fuel economy . gov ( no spaces ) The 1995 Lincoln Continental with the 4.6 liter V8 engine gets ( 15 city / 23 highway ) miles per U.S. gallon
The Block is the same...be prepared to change EVERYTHING on the motor to get it to fit.
On a front wheel drive Lincoln Continental that has the 4.6 liter Dual Over Head Cam V8 engine : firewall 1-----2-----3-----4 5-----6-----7-----8 front of vehicle > driver
if its not underneath the vehicle along the drivers side ( its silver ) then its in the gas tank.
there are two screws underneath the fuse side by side, 10 mil liter , unscrew them and pull fuse.
you need to take apart the lower dash on the passenger side. This is not a fun job.
Follow the lower hose from the radiator. It connects to the thermostat and the bypass hose from the top hose (all in one housing).
Pull the dash completely out, because it is directly behind the middle of the dash.
Remove the dash, its located under the glove box. Becarefull it will puke out antifreeze!
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1973 Lincoln Mark IV , 7.5 liter / 460 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .035 inch )
The entire dash assembly needs to be removed to gain access to the heater core. I would recomend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle if you decide to do the job yourself.
It is possible but takes a while. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
what grade of gas do a lincoln v6 2004 use -------------------------------------------------------------- For a Lincoln LS ( 3.0 liter V6 and 3.9 liter V8 ) " premium " unleaded , 91 octane or higher
On a 1997 Lincoln Continental , 4.6 liter V8 engine : From a drawing that I was looking at , if you look in the engine compartment from the front of the vehicle ( the engine cooling thermostat is in the area below the engine oil filler cap )
There are two engines offered in the Lincoln LS : The 3.0 liter DOHC - V6 The 3.9 liter DOHC - V8
For a 1987 Lincoln Continental , 5.0 liter V8 engine : If the 8th " character " of the VIN is an " F " the firing order is ( 1 - 5 - 4 - 2 - 6 - 3 - 7 - 8 ) If it's an " M " which means you have the High Output engine it's ( 1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8 )