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Worst Problems on 1990 lsc

Glenn Sidoti
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Asked by Glenn Feb 04, 2012 at 10:18 AM about the 1990 Lincoln Mark VII

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What are the worst problems that arouse on the 1990 Lincoln LSC?

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DSO84BlackBeauty1
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A dirty air filter will rob you of at least ten % of fuel economy and can cause hard starting up to no starting. The least expensive best medicine for a vehicle is change the oil every three thousand miles or if you do not drive three thousand miles a year then do it every six months. The power steering whines when first started and smooths out when warm, this is a nature of a FORD problem so do not sweat it. I have found that the transmissions require extra care so I service mine before summer and before winter and ask around first to a person you know is a car nut and find a reputable shop to service it. Overdrive normally is the gear that goes out in the transmission around 100,000 miles. When you have the transmission rebuilt have the shop install a shift kit they cost a little and save a lot. Transmission repairs with all the hard parts, cases, new converter, overhaul kit, shift kit, and labor should not exceed $1600.00 and that is a high estimate. They maintain just like a full size FORD and are easy on the pocket book and hey I even bought one for my Mother.

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