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.
If it turns over but just doesn't start, it may be the CRANK POSITION SENSOR located next to the air conditioning compressor. Sometimes you just have to disconnect the electrical connection and re-connect and it may just work then you know that was your problem. It could be the FUEL PUMP also but sometimes they act up some before going out so there is some warning.
Sounds like the starter solenoid is stuck. Another possibility is the ignition key switch is not automatically returning from the start to run position. As the switches get older they seem to get stiff. Could be a weak spring in the switch or just gummed up lubricant. The easy test is to try turning the key counter clockwise after starting the engine and see if the starter motor stops running.
YOU'LL NEED TO BUY A RADIO REMOVAL TOO. THAT'S JUST A SKINNY U-SHAPED ROD YOU INSERT INTO THE TWO HOLES ON EACH SIDE OF THE RADIO. IT COST BETWEEN 3 AND 5 DOLLARS AT ANY PARTS STORE. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO PULL THE RADIO RIGHT OUT. IF IT DOESN'T COME LOOSE RIGHT AWAY YOU'LL HAVE TO USE SOME MORE FORCE. THERE'S THIS PLASTIC PART ON THE BACK THE HOLDS THE RADIO IN PLACE AND IT SLIDES ALONG ON A TRACK OVER THE RADIO. SO THAT MIGHT SIT A LITTLE TIGHT. I HAD TO PULL MINE OUT QUIET HARD AND WIGGLE IT A LITTLE TOO. AND WHEN YOU PUT IN A NEW RADIO YOU'LL HAVE TO ATTACH THE PLASTIC PIECE TO THE NEW RADIO WHICH IS NO BIG DEAL. GOOD LUCK THOMAS
make your own tool out of a coat hanger bend 2 in u shape so they fit in eack side of radio holes push in till you feel a bit of resistance and pull with both u shape tools wiggle back and forth the clips will release letting radio come out 1 inch then pull with hands until you can disconnect wiring harness and antennea
THE STARTER IS ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE CAR, ATTACHED TO THE ENGINE, ON THE PASSENGER SIDE, AHEAD OF THE TRANSMISSION. YOU CAN GET TO IT BY JACKING UP THE FRONT END (THEN SUPPORTING IT WITH JACK STANDS, NOT CINDER BLOCKS) AND CRAWLING UP BEHIND THE PASSENGER FRONT WHEEL. YOU WILL FIND THE TRANSMISSION AND TO THE RIGHT OF IT (OR LOOKING UP, THE LEFT) YOU WILL FIND IT. LOOK AT THE NEW ONE TO HELP IDENTIFY IT. THE STARTER WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO REMOVE. IF THE RATCHET DOES NOT FIT SNUGLY DO NOT USE IT, YOU WILL STRIP THE BOLT. IT MAY BE A 5/8'S WRENCH AS WAS WITH MY CAR. MAKE SURE YOU SPRAY IT WITH SOME BOLT REMOVER FIRST.
IF THE CAR HAS STARTING PROBLEMS, PERHAPS YOU SHOULD FIRST CONSIDER CHANGING THE SOLENOID. YOU CAN TEST IT FIRST, BUT THE SOLENOID IS ABOUT $12 TO $18 AND IS SIGNIFICANTLY CHEAPER AND EASIER TO CHANGE THAN THE STARTER. I ONLY SAY THIS BECAUSE THE STARTERS ARE USUALLY VERY DEPENDABLE. I HAD A 1988 TOWNCAR WITH 439000 ORIGINAL MILES, THE ONLY THING EVER CHANGED WAS A STARTER SOLENOID TUNE UP PARTS AND AN ALTERNATOR. THIS TEST WILL DETERMINE IF YOUR SOLENOID IS DEFECTIVE INSTEAD OF YOUR EXPENSIVE STARTER:
THE SOLENOID IS LOCATED ON THE PASSENGER SIDE FENDER CLOSE TO THE BATTERY. YOU NEED TO PLACE THE METAL OVER THE SOLENOID TERMINALS TO PASS IT WHILE SOMEONE IS ATTEMPTING TO CRANK. THERE WILL BE AN ARC SO USE CAUTION. DO NOT USE WITH AN OLD BATTERY NEARBY.
Under the hood you will see 2 cables comming from the throttle body. one is the foot pedal the other leads to the cruise control module. That is it! The cruise control unit is located inside the left front fender. You have to remove the wheel and wheel well liner to access it.
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Under the hood on either side right by the shoch tower
usually mounted to the intake manifold. It is an aluminum box with 2 hoses going to it. Be very careful not to destroy these hoses as they are extremely expensive!
The shop manual would have it or at a Lincoln dealer parts department just ask the counter person.
Could be a whole lot of things like, vacuum leak, bad plugs, bad plug wires, bad power pack or packs, cam sensor.
Could be your power packs, either one or both.
On modern Ford V8s, the cylinders are numbered 1-4 from front-to-back on the right (passenger) side of the engine, and 5-8 from front-to-back on the left (drivers side). That makes number 2 the second back from the front on the right (passenger) side of the engine.
I think so, I have 97's on mine but I took the original mounting brackets and burnt the rubber off them and then just used the hardware that came with the shocks, they are Monroe sensa-tracs #5965, works great.
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
yes it will. In fact - i am %99 sure the same windows are in 90-98 thunderbird rear windows.
bad news. the back cover has to be pulled up over the back to get at spring clips which secure the rods.
Drivers side under the hood look to the right and down from the radiator and you will see a journal, where the hoses meet, in that journal is the thermostat
Common problem with pre-96 m8's. Transmission range control may be bad, causing the car to go into neutral and back. Part costs around $50 and not too hard to replace.
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This will tell you how: http://www.markviii.org/LOD2/keyless_entry.htm
The 1995 when can Mark VIII cooling fan switch is located behind the dashboard. The switch will be on the passenger side of the dashboard in the passenger compartment.
Depends on the garage door opener you have. For the most part hold the button on the visor until it flashes fast, or slow, Just so you see the light change. Then hold the button on you garage door remote next to the visor until the light on the visor changes again. This should do it. Now if you have a rolling code garage door opener then you need to locate the learn button on the garage door opener motor. Press the learn button until it changes and then run to your car and press the visor button until you see the light on the garage motor hold steady. Good luck.
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remove the lower radiator hose, then remove your coolant system cap and most coolant will drain out, the lower hose is located on drivers side bottom.