The plug is on the bottom of the oil pan in front of the transmission pan
Yes, there is a wiring diagram fro the stock stereo for the 1993 Lincoln Continental. This can be find in the maintenance manual.
Since the 1995 only had one engine size, you will find access to the thermostat under the car behind the passenger side wheel well. Follow your long lower hose to the passenger side and then up :-)
You can find various parts for these vehicles on Ebay. Also Lincoln Land in Florida may have what you need as well.
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
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.
You can find a spark plug diagram for your 1995 Lincoln Town Car 4.6 liter engine at most Lincoln dealerships. Lincoln service manuals will also have the spark plug diagram and can be found at your local library.
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.
On the valve cover, with a large vacuum hose attached
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!
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.
if any body can answer this then rock on but i caint find any thing so can u help me please.
If you don't have a service manual then a Lincoln or Ford dealer parts department.
The nominal voltage for just about any car is 14.4. you will find though most cars should run 14 to 14.5 13.5 is kinda low but it is still putting out charge.
drop the tranny pan and boom should be 3 in a row right there
Here is the link: http://www.oemwire.com/Help_Pages/Replace_Serpentine_Belt_2001_Lincoln_Continental
Measure it, and if it is the same size and the posts are oriented correctly it will work.
Unfortunatley I am in the same position as you, although the 1996 Continental has the exact same schematics. You can get a copy of the manual on Fleet Ford under service your vehicle. Here is the link http://www.motorcraftservice.com/?link=002&urlfile=/pubs/content/~WOTCON/~MUS~LEN/41/96conog1e.pdf It is on page #270 - 274.
It is in the trunk behind the drivers side wheel well. Remove the carpet board and viola there she suts.
that module should be located in the trunk up against the back seat, youll find a few of them there.