7 sec. stock
All models and years of the Mark Viii are v8's
Not unless you try to change the whole front end of the car.
Yes it will
Simple answer to a simple question---- A Lincoln dealer !
True, just the line pressure is lower!
go to markviii.org. they have a answer for almost anything with the lincoln mark viii
Below the climate control and back of center console.
If you don't have a shop manual, your nearest Lincoln or Ford parts department.
They didn't make 1997 Mark Vii's? Maybe your talking about a mark Viii? To add to this question.... The Mark VII and Mark VIII are equipped with different engines. Mark VII came with Ford 5.0 H.O. V8 and a 2.3l Turbo Diesel in the earlier models. Mark VIII came with the 4.6l V8
On the driver's side valve cover towards the back of the engine, on top.
12 volts...max 13.8 volts
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According to the various models Owner Guides : With engine oil filter change : 1997 Lincoln Continental ( 5.7 liters ) 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII ( 5.7 liters ) 1997 Lincoln Town Car ( 4.7 liters )
Where to find the horn relay fuse for a 93 Lincoln Mark VIII
The fuse box diagrahm gives you the explanation of the fuse location.
Down in back of the AC compressor passenger side of the engine.
It's 13 quarts including the torque converter.
May be the proportioning valve by the master cylinder
Yes it will if the 96 is a standard Mark Vlll, if the 96 is a LSC model it won't.
You didn't ask a question about a 95 Lincoln Mark Vlll. or yes, there is a 95 Lincoln Mark Vlll.
Your Ignition modules are located in the coil pack on top of your spark plugs.
Someone with a service manual should chime in, it will be in there.