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I think its only been in the last few years that Lincoln started labeling engines exclusive to their cars. IE the Continental's 4.6 DOHC....

1994 Lincoln Continental (Sign. Srs.)...

soon to come MKS. We might even get a Lincoln Continental at some point in the future. Is Chrysler, going to counter with the Imperial ? Well unless that car gets the 425 hp. Hemi at 8 mpg along w/ a...

I purchased a 1994 Continental last year for my wife. She loves the car and it's been great. Well this weekend we came out of the house and noticed that the rear suspension was squatting. The suspe...

I think I'll play it safe and have my Tranny Fluid changed every 30K - Especially after driving my former 1994 Continental (sold to parents to buy LS) last week - only to have the tranny DIE on me! I...

I have a 1994 Lincoln Continental. Had to have front and back suspension replaced. First the front and than the back. Lincoln does the work. Car had a little over 50,000 miles....

And they would have had it 3 years ago, if they had brought the 2002 Continental concept to market. But then think also how much further ehead Ford would be if they had simply re-skinned the Crown Vic...

I have a 1994 Lincoln Continental. I lost my remote key and I got a new and the instruction to program it says that I have to jump the connectors which are located in the back of the glove box. My que...

sensors before we leave it is 1994 lincoln continental :mad:...
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