On a 91 mark 7 the cap to the brake fluid will not open due to the wires on the cap, any ideas how to open the filler cap? Thanks

Asked by Nov 24, 2016 at 11:51 AM about the 1991 Lincoln Mark VII LSC

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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745

Are these wires that plug in.exsplain wires and location

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The wires would be for the brake fluid level warning. The cap should still screw off but check and see it the wires are plugged in so that you can unplug them. Typically the wires are part of a swivel that allows the cap to be removed.

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These wires are sending unit wirel. Light on dash ect.they do up plug just like a tv.gently pull and work them out.use a drop of oil on each let them sit 30min

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Thank you VERY much for the help on my Lincoln Mark 7

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