How do I get in touch with someone at Lincohn Corporation?

L028BALTIMORE
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Asked by L028BALTIMORE Feb 27, 2014 at 05:11 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Town Car Executive

Question type: General

I have a 2000 Lincohn Town Car and I'm the original owner, the car hasm't been abused.  I've had a leak on the front passenger side since I've had the vehicle.  The Rag Top started peeling off in 2006, my hydraulic Air Suspension collapsed 2 years ago.  I won't go into why I'm so very dissapointed with my dream vehicle.  I will just mention the the Plastic Intake Manifold cracked last week and it cost me $1,431.83 to have my car repaired.  The Dealership I purchase my vehicle from, close a year after I bought it.  My vehicle has been an orphan sense.  Other Lincohn Dealerships would not adopt my vehicle, therefore there has been no help, just stress with my Town Car since I purchase it.  I've never received any recall letters for anything, I know there had to be some.

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Tom Demyan
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Well your car is 14 years old now. You had a great run. Probably worth no more than $1500 if you traded it in. You can try contacting Lincoln customer service to answer your questions, but don't expect any compensation back....http://www.lincoln.com/help/contact/....The air suspension in these cars always had issues.

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