There is no stand alone flasher relay in the 94' and up Lincoln Continental. The turn signals and emergency flasher function is controlled by the "Multifunction Light Control Module" part # 13c788. It is located under the dash to the left of the steering column. Cost to replace is around $600+ at the dealer or about $50 at a junk yard.
It's on the steering column in the '95.
where is the transmission control modual located on a 1996 lincolncontinental
It's incorporated in the turn signal stalk.
Some might think there is no turn signal flasher fuse and if your turn signals are not working you should replace the turn signal switch located on the stearing colum. This is incorrect. There is a flasher for this car EP-34 12.8v ELECTRONIC FLASHER Up Date: I checked with the Lincoln dealer and verified that the Lincoln continental flasher is integrated into the "Multifunction light control module" part # 13c788. Cost at the dealer is over $600, junk yard around $50. There is no stand alone flasher relay as in the older or more senseably engineered and cheaper cars.
Right next to the master cylinder.
A 1996 Lincoln Continental is FRONT wheel drive
There is not a flasher on a 1996 Lincoln Town Car. The turn signal and hazard flashers are operated by what is referred to as the lighting control module. It is located in the dash behind the knee bolster above the accelerator pedal.
According to the 1996 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide : ( 5W-30 ) is the preferred oil
According to the 1996 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide : ( 5W-30 is the PREFERRED oil )
There is no flasher relay unless you have the very, very rare trailer tow package. It is controlled by a computer, not a relay.
I believe it is in your glove compartment there is an access to your flasher.