The 1998 Lincoln Continental has a thermostat which measures the internal temperature of the engine. This is displayed on the dashboard.
The heater cor was replaced but it is still not getting warm
Where is the thermostat on a 2001 Lincoln LS?
location of thermostat in 1998 Lincoln continental
how do you change the thermostat on a 1998lincoln continental?
In the thermostat housing
I suggest replacing the thermostat, that might work.
Andrew Johnson replaced Lincoln after Lincoln was killed.
Lincoln's vice president, Andrew Johnson, replaced Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln cents replaced Indian Head cents starting in 1909
This link has detailed instructions and photos http:/www.lincolnvscadillac.com/tech/lincoln-mark-viii/Thermostat-Replacement/index.htm
Yes, after Lincoln was assassinated, Andrew Johnson replaced him and served from 1865-1869.
The Indian Head cents were replaced by Lincoln cents in 1909.
its behind the oil filter
What size engine do you have?
by licking it
The Thermostat on the 1999 Lincoln Continental is located on the under side of the car Where the the Radiator Hose, that runs along the bottom of the car, is connected to the Thermostat Housing. You can only get to it by getting underneath the car where the Radiator Hose is connected.
The air conditioning thermostat for a 2002 Lincoln LS 8 is located directly under the hood of the car. The air conditioning thermostat is used to control the termperature of the air that enters the cabin of the vehicle.
under the air filter
Not a good idea
The thermostat for a 1984 Lincoln Town Car is under the top hose inlet. The inlet is bolted to the top of the engine and is easy to remove.
On a 1985 Lincoln Town Car : Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the engine . Where the hose connects to the engine the engine cooling thermostat is inside the housing
On a 1997 Lincoln Continental : From a drawing I was looking at , the engine cooling thermostat is located in the AREA BELOW the engine oil filler cap when you are looking from the front of the vehicle into the engine compartment