Lincoln Town Car signature 2004

Asked by Jun 18, 2016 at 04:48 AM about the 2004 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

If my car has a ticking sound when I'm starting it
then I jump started and my lights are flickering on
and off the power steering is hard to move what is
the problem

1 Answer

13,485

Battery is 60 months old? and needs to changed. Check voltage 12.6 and have it load tested, possibly ground connection is corroded, loose, check the terminals and #2 gauge wires, alternator output less than 13.4-14.8 volts with engine running, use multimeter for testing. Inspect for worn idler pulleys, tensioner and serpentine belt. IF this doesn't eliminate the issue, have a voltage drop test done on the starter circuit. Regards

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