ubricating the transmission control, suspension, stirring linkage, and rear axel. How would I do this myself? What should I do to avoid any problems? I just bought it.
1993 lincoln town car cartier and the manual says something about
lubricating the transmission control, suspension, stirring linkage, and
rear axel. How would I do this myself? Also the car has 98000 miles
but the owner before me had it for two years and only drove it 1500
miles. So im assuming it set for a while. What should I do to avoid any
problems? I just bought it.
CHANGE ALL THE FLUIDS THE TIMMING BELT OR CHAIN MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA TO CHANGE ALSO
You can get yourself a grease gun at any auto/hardware shop, specifically one with a zerk fitting and find the points on the suspension and just add grease. (the gun takes grease cartridges). It's an easy DIY maintenance everyone should do, it does involve getting under the car to some degree so it also helps to have a floor jack.
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