Ford effed up in order to capitalize on parts money... on right fenderwell, you will see a black plastic shield, remove it. under the shield, next to the firewall there is 2 connectors. the 8-pin connector is the one in question. there is a fat gray wire which is burnt. cut and reconnect the wire w/ buss butt connectors as needed....
this takes care of the air ride (but you are not finished yet....
next, remove the long black plastic shield on firewall directly behind engine. locate the BROWN relay. on the relay, locate the pink w/ blue striped wire. at about 3-4 inches away from relay, cut the wire...yes, cut it!!! on the end of same wire connected to the relay, attach a blue connector. to continue, purchase a new relay equivalent to the brown one.
the tan/yellow wire on the brown relay is spliced to the #1 pin of new relay. the pk/blue wire on the brown relay is spliced to the #3 pin of new relay. pin #2 and pin #5 are grounded to chassis...
this will be about an hour if inexperienced w/ cars...
Brake Booster needs replaceing
Check the air bag suspension. Also, the pump may be bad.
only if it doesnt have fluid.
It's probably a loose suspension or brake component and the axle assembly is shifting slightly when you hit the brakes. I'd have to hear it to be sure.
no... the continental front suspension will not fit. i did some research about this for my 93... the suspension from a cougar or a thunderbird will bolt right in
On a 1991 Lincoln Continental : I'm not a mechanic / technician but I have never heard of aluminum heads for the 3.8 litre Ford V6 engine So , I would assume they are cast iron
It would either be a bad wire in the circuit from the brake light switch on the brake pedal to the bulbs, OR the bulbs have 2 filaments in them and the one that comes on when you apply the brakes are worn out, OR someone put the wrong bulbs in(single filament). I would change the 2 bulbs first.
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
You might need freon
No, as being a master mechanic, it would have nothing to do with it.
put your old key in turn it to acc not all the way then open the bottom screws and look and you wil see a hole use a small screwdriver and push the pin the hole key will come out
I think the check suspension plug is under the hood on the pass. side and you would need a OBD1 scanner to check it. It's usually gray in color and says air suspension on it.
That would be found on the transmission where the linkage hooks up.
It isprobably not getting fuel or not getting spark.
Since I couldn't delete this question, I will answer it: DCL is a Diagnostic Connector Link found on all OBD2 and OBD1 vehicles. This question was asked specifically in reference to a 1994 Lincoln Continental, which has 2 of them. One is under the hood where you would expect to find it. The other is in the trunk, and only this model vehicle has. The link in the trunk may possibly be solely for accessing the air ride suspension system computer, or possibly for a few other system computers.
It sounds like your compressor was killed. What more than likely happend is that your airbag got a hole or crack in it causing the compressor to work overtime. I would recommend a conversion kit. This is a permanent fix to suspension problems. Try Strutmasters.com that is where I did my conversion about 5 years ago and have been very happy ever since. Good Luck
There is a problem with the SRS...have a dealer check it.
your air bags have a lick
Lincoln Continental, although some people would call this a boat, not a car.
You would adjust the brakes on a vehicle with abs brakes the same way you would adjust the brakes on a vehicle without abs brakes.
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I had the same issue with mine...it was the crank/fuel sensor...cost - 50.00 for part
In the trunk there is a switch to where you can turn the air leveling system off. You have to do this if you jack the car up for any reason. So if someone forgot to turn it back on it will show disabled. Or if a fuse is blown or a short it would pop up too.
Silt and clay would be carried by suspension in streams or rivers.
You should check the air suspension switch, located on the passenger's side of the trunk. If the switch is off, the light will come on, also check the air suspension fuse. If both of these are OK, then the pump could possibly be going out.