Going through the same problem on a 1990 Town car.... The biggest problem is that its a very tight fit and the book I have has information for a certified technician it seems!! Your best bet is to get a manual, try to avoid the Chilton manual which is what I have and it's not very easy to follw. Haynes is usually really good and shows lots of illistrations. Try to go from the cheapest problem and work up. ( Lower pressure sensor, new thermostat, etc. ) I found alot of tips and trial by error on line. Good luck
the a/c has to be evacuated,evaporater case has to be removed to gain access to a few bolts.then you remove the dash from the car,to gain access to the heater plenum.this is probably a job for your local for lincoln/mercury dealership.
take out the dashboard 2 get 2 the heater core after that easy or pay about 600 to a 1000 dollars 2 fix it
Here is a great write up on how to take the radio out http://freecarsupport.com/diy-write-ups/2012/11/4/1998-2012-lincoln-town-car-radio-removal
You can't get a locked ignition out of a 1992 Lincoln Town Car. Turn the ignition on to take it out
take it to a garage you fool
Cool the heater hose and then gently take it off
the heater is underneath the dash board you have to take apart a lot of stuff to take it out. what kind of engine air leak.
hello this is what you have to do you have to take the dash all the way out of your truck and take the heater box out and then put it all back to together
For a Lincoln Town Car , 4.6 liter V8 engine : It depends on what model year ( 2001 and newer take 5W-20 ) ( 2000 and older take 5W-30 ) * according to the various Lincoln Town Car Owner Guides
how do you remove valve covers on 1998 Lincoln town car with 4.6 engine
with a hammer :)