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Lincoln Town Car Questions

19drew91
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What Kind Of Spark Plugs Would Be Best For My 1994 Lincoln Town Car Executi...

This is my first car and I need it to run properly and clean.

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Smashkin666
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"clunking" From Front-end. 2004 Lincoln Town Car

This is a new question concerning an issue with my car. I have a 2004 Lincoln Town Car and when I turn the wheel right, accelerate hard or brake hard, it makes a "clunking" sound in the front-end. I c...

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RANDY_7168
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Good Evening, I Would Greatly Appreciate Some Specs On An A/c Compressor Cl...

Good evening, I would greatly appreciate some specs on an a/c compressor clutch plate for a 2005 Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited -Thank you!

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jimcorbett
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Parked 89 Towncar For Several Months-new Battery-wont Turn Over. Fuel Pump...

parked this 89 towncar for 10 months. installed a new battery and it cranks fine but wont start. suggestions ?

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cdberkman
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Front End Creaking Noise

I have a 2004 Town Car, 75000 Miles. I have a creaking noise that I cannot for the life of me, pinpoint. This noise is coming from the front driver’s side. It will only make noise when the car is in m...

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About the Lincoln Town Car

Lincoln introduced its full-size luxury sedan in 1981, when the Town Car had a lot of company among similar domestic products. Stately, elegant, and spacious, the Town Car commands respect.

This truly American vehicle has often been used as a limousine. As a rival of cars such as the Buick Park Avenue and various Cadillac models, the Town Car has survived.

Once full of corners, like a long, flat box, the Town Car lost some of its edges over the years in the name of aerodynamics. It remained stately and elegant through it all. But times keep a-changing, and this barge of the American road probably won't be around forever.