The TOP line on the Condenser is the HIGH side-& the lines/hoses are smaller.Just start @ the compressor opposite the high side & U will find the LOW port.ITS usally close 2 the receiver/drier.
I just charged my AC last night. I found the low side port under the hood, right up by the windshield on the pasenger side, about 2.5 feet in from the side of the car. If you use a flashlight you can see the port go down about 5 inches to where it turns into whatever it goes to. It had a black cap. The recharging kit will only fit on the low side port. The high side port is next to the radiator, but I think you would only need to know this if you need to drain the system. The refridgerant is R134a, the same kind you can pick up at wallmart. You do not need to worry about it being R12.
This answer helped me find mine on my 1996. It had a blue cap right against the firewall on passenger side about 2ft from side of car.
On the valve cover, with a large vacuum hose attached
It is inserted into the passenger side valve cover. It has a "thumb sized" rubber hose connected to it.
... If you want to see the full choice of parts specific to your car in our vast catalog choose a trim line of the 1997 Continental below. This gets you the full listing of parts, at which point you can easily compare and contrast brands and prices. http://www.automotive.com/auto-parts/117/lincoln/1997/continental/index.html That is your website, and I hope that it helps you
You can find the PCV valve for your 1997 Mitsubishi Montero on top of the engine. The PCV valve will be in front of the air cleaner housing.
Yes, there is a wiring diagram fro the stock stereo for the 1993 Lincoln Continental. This can be find in the maintenance manual.
the low side of your ac system is the big of the two, the other is the high side, big one has the blue top and the high has the red one.
You can find various parts for these vehicles on Ebay. Also Lincoln Land in Florida may have what you need as well.
On the pump
you can find a power sterring pump at the Lincoln farm 18144489311, or you can go to bakers auto web site, bakersauto.com
ABOVE THE GLOVE BOX ON THE RIGHT
You can view the 2001 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide ( which includes the fuse diagram ) online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
Lincoln Navigators didn't come out until 1998...
The firing order on a 1992 Lincoln Continental is 1, 5, 4, 2, 6, 3, 7, 8. The number one cylinder is on the front right.
Check for a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
Should be in the harness between the voltage regulator and the alternator
Check on ebay or check with your local auto parts stores.
It is just below the lower radiator hose.
If I'm not mistaken, it does not have a pcv valve, my 2000 doesn't have one on it...
If you don't have a shop manual, your nearest Lincoln or Ford parts department.
if you raise the vehicle and look in the front under the car, you should see it its probrably covered up by a protective plastic or something.Answertruckaccessorywholesale.com start here :) i found one for a 91 Lincoln continental for a good price!
it's in the intake plenium, in the rear center. Its black plastic and has a hose attached to it that goes into the valve cover.
You can view the 2002 Lincoln Continental owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 150 , it has the diagrams and lists )
The firing order of a 1970 Lincoln Continental is 1, 5, 4, 2, 6, 3, 7, 8. You can find a diagram of the leads in a service manual, available through dealerships as well as at many public libraries.
there is an important Lincoln repair manual you can find at any auto parts store , I just had one for 16 bucks and it helps a lot.
The plug is on the bottom of the oil pan in front of the transmission pan