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1998 Lincoln Continental Consumer Discussions

I bought a used linconle continental 1998 several weeks ago. The dealer told that the the car can use 89# gasoline. But today I found that the manual said that the car should use 91#(premium) gaslone....

Go to ebay motors-type in continental 1998-2002 under parts wanted.There are alway some headlights for sale-yesterday there were 2....

day when started. Any ideas.. 1998 lincoln continental, 90K, always dealer maintained until this - may need to go back, just changed: iac, all plugs and coil packs and coil plugs, air filter, tri...

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...

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...

1956 Continental MK II...

With Cadillac rolling out the hot CTS-V, I'd love to see something from Lincoln to compete. Bring back the old Caddy v Lincoln rivalry. 2006 should be the latest that the LS gets a redo as it has be...

Got a great deal on a 1998 Nav 4x4 with 24 k miles in Jan 2001..Now I have 55 k miles and need to replace the P255 R17 Continental tires(normal wear). Since I am bored with factory wheels and usually ...

I have a 1998 Linclon Continental that sometimes run's the A/C when it's cold out. The blower is working and when you turn the temp up inside i just runs twice as hard like it's trying to heat the ca...
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