Just below left hand (front of engine compartment) cylinder head.Easiest to access from underneath.Follow the thick red cable at the battery positive post,downward to where it attaches to the starter.
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!
Look on the rear of the 91 Lincoln alternator. If there is an a external regulator then you will see it mounted there.
Premium unleaded , 91 octane or higher ( according to the 1996 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide )
According to the 1999 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide : " premium " unleaded gasoline , 91 octane or higher
According to the 2002 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide : ( " premium " unleaded , 91 octane or higher is used )
Check the EGR valve.
a 91' or 92' Ford Taurus.
Inside the trunk on the left side. Next to the fenderwell.
replace the turn signal flasher fuse.
" premium " unleaded , 91 octane or higher ( according to the Owner Guide )
you can use any of the three gasoline's available at the pump, it doesnt matter. ========================================================= I was looking at the 2002 Lincoln Continental Owner Guide and it shows to use " premium " unleaded , 91 octane
Code PO412 for your Lincoln means that the engine is currently misfiring, could be due to the timing is off, poor fuel, if your running regular in there, stop!, start putting anything higher then 91 octane, so 91 and up, but i wouldn't go past 93, that's what i run in my 01 continental.
Defective starter solenoid?
I know you can see it if you look under the car behind the curb-side front tire toward the engine.
Should be mounted at the top of the starter
Starters are bolted directly to the transmission bell-housing and THAT becomes the ground. It is possible that the engine/transmission grounding strap has come loose or is corroded, so check that if you suspect a starter grounding problem.
The solenoid is attached to the starter. There is no relay.
on the starter. Chevy has always put the starter solenoid on the starter. It is the cylinder on top of the starter that is about two inches inb diameter with all the wirs connected to it.
Follow your red or positive cable from the battery down. It is connected to the starter.
still sounds like your transmission is out, you can shift the gears all you want but if the transmission is gone, your just shifting gears. also check the starter, the rattling sound it what happens when its not engaging correctly.
Lincoln is a division of the Ford Motor Company
The starter on a 91 Chevy cav. is located at the lower front end of the engine. You can get to it better by jacking the front of the car and attacking it from underneath.
Loose connection? Bad starter (flat spot)? Bad starter solenoid?
Starter lockout relay, next to the battery.
Remove the starter and take it to an auto parts store. They have the equipment to test it.