bought a new battery and it works fine. 3 weeks later the car wouldn't start . I just hear a click when I turn the key. I have full power to every thing accept I noticed the air bags are out of air

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Asked by Jan 31, 2014 at 12:12 AM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I get a click when i turn the key in the ignition but the car don't start.  Just a click.  My
battery and connections are 3 weeks old and work fine.

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It sounds like the leveling system kept running, and wore your battery down.

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no, the battery has power. solid horn, lights work, doors etc. can you tell me where the starter is located? drivers side or passengers side? underneath the car?

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Passenger side, rear of engine, and not fun to remove.

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