It will probably be located in a box on the left fender well (drivers side) in the engine compartment. The cover of the box should indicate which one it is. The relay you are looking for is the Multifunction relay just above the radiator. This relay also controls the EEC and Fuel pump their is an external circuit breaker located inline right after the fan in '93 for protection because the cooling fan pulls tomany amps It will melt the connector and the 10ga wire that powers it.
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
In a 1999 Lincoln Continental : The car battery is located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side of the engine compartment
connected to the fan.
The thermostat is mounted in the cooling outlet housing on a 1967 Lincoln Continental 7.6 liter 8-cylinder model. Just follow the upper radiator hose to where it meets the engine.
The 1998 Lincoln Continental has a thermostat which measures the internal temperature of the engine. This is displayed on the dashboard.
On a 1999 Lincoln Continental , 4.6 : I was looking at one of the Ford websites and it shows that the engine cooling thermostat is between the engine and the FRONT of the VEHICLE , in the area somewhere below the engine oil filler cap
The Lincoln Continental 1995 has a 4.6 engine
Beneath the engine, underneath the car.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank on Lincoln with Fuel Injected engine.
The 1989 Lincoln Continental brake booster is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The brake booster will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
only if the engine is the same.
Under hood, passenger side, front engine area, mounted above radiator on radiator support
The turbine speed sensor is located on the back of the fan hub facing the engine, and your 1999 Lincoln Continental. The speed sensor can be identified by the four electrical wires leading into it.
believe it is in power distribution box along with other relays and fuses. it is activated by the engine coolant temperature sensor.
On a 1997 Lincoln Continental , 4.6 liter V8 engine : From a drawing that I was looking at , if you look in the engine compartment from the front of the vehicle ( the engine cooling thermostat is in the area below the engine oil filler cap )
You can view the 1998 Lincoln Continental owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides The diagram for the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment is on ( page 117 )
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1997 Lincoln Continental is located on top of the engine, near the upper radiator hose. It constantly relays the engine's temperature to the computer.
Just back behind the engine. on your right side sortof in the middle.
If you follow the top radiator hose from the radiator you will see where it connects to the engine cooling thermostat housing on top of the engine intake manifold . The engine cooling thermostat is under the thermostat housing
On a 1997 Lincoln Continental : The Mass Air Flow sensor is between the cone shaped engine air filter and the engine air intake tube . It is INSIDE a round shaped plastic housing
On a 1999 Lincoln Continental : The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 1-----2-----3-----4 5-----6-----7-----8 front of vehicle > driver
On a 2001 Lincoln Continental : The fuse panel is below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) Also , the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment
one in the engine compartment and one under the dash (drivers side)
The mechanical fuel pump is bolted to the side of the engine. Follow the fuel lines.
Why do interior lights stay on when engine is shut off on 2001 Lincoln Continental car?