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1997 Lincoln Continental - Consumer Discussions

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my interior lights,brake lights,shift lock release,dash,clock,message centerand radio quit working. i replaced body control module and light control module. no power to the fuse block for these acces?...

I have owned a 1968 Continental (suicide doors), 1 1975 MK-IV Lipstick Edition, a 1979 Continental, a 1984 Cartier, a 1986 Town, 2 1987 Towns, 2 1997 Siggies, a 2005 Siggie and presently a 2005 Siggie...

old motor. Certainly at any time since 1998 the Continental could have been revived to challenge the competition without hurting sales of Town Car. However, Ford's investment in Jaguar having bled o...

for the information that the road noise is worse on newer Town Cars than on 1997 Town Cars. My 2000 Continental has much more road noise than my 1995 Continental and I was considering the Town Car ne...

Sure, the Panther architecture was an integral part of the Town Car from 1980 on. Prior to that, Lincoln Continentals and Town Cars had their own chassis. However, the Town Car through 1997 avoided sk...

successes are often not evolutionary. Think 61 Continental, the original Mustang, the 1979 Mustang re-design after the forgettable Mustang II, the original Explorer, the 1988 Continental (a successfu...

mini van. So I went a week later and leased a Continental (remember, the LS wasn't available yet, and 260 HP sounded good at the time)....

want to mention that i also have a 1997 lincoln continental now out of service due to a bad transmission with the same excact problem, on that one i changed the spark plugs and all wires and i stiil ...

I have been blessed with a 1997 Lincoln Continental with an overheat problem. The water pump was replaced because the bearings were going bad. The thermostat was replaced because it only opened abou...
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