need a radio for my 1993 TC. Live in washington-va-md area. Is repair possible locally?

Asked by Apr 04, 2013 at 05:46 PM about the 1993 Lincoln Town Car Signature

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This is not going to help you sekstan. Just wanted to say the radio in my '90 Town Car was a POS that the volume didn't work, it turned it's self on, reception nil. I don't know what Ford was thinking when they put a dirt cheap low quality radio in a car that cost $35,000 new in 1989. ( I found the original purchase contract in the car when I bought it: $34,990.. I did not buy it new) Don't spend a dime trying to repair it. Get another one.

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Just buy one on ebay and install it yourself. There are plenty of used radios that will fit your car. Or, try http://oem-auto-accessory.com/index.html I haven't had to use these guys but I use their web site to learn about different radios available for ford and lincoln products.

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