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1998 Lincoln Mark VIII Consumer Discussions

1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
I had a 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII with the same coil problem. Around 60k or so one of them failed. Then a few months later 2 more went bad. That was around 2005 or so. The second time I just changed ...

system. My Mark VIII's got one (standard in '98)...

I also still think that the Marks and T-Birds sharing a chassis did not degrade Lincoln, as the T-bird was always the "step-up" Ford. The 89 - 97 T-bird may have had a lousy engine, but loo...

In addition, the 1998 model year was the last for the Mark VIII. Any Mark sales in '99 could only be a handful of leftover '98 models. It seems apparent that the author simply copied the '98 chart a...

I say build it. Lincoln Mark was the best modern coupe ever built. Why drop it? It was a big mistake. Remember the redesigned TAURUS; it was a big flop. Now Cadillac, BMW, Lexus, etc. are reintroducin...

I did not realize it was a full 1980-85 for that awful looking Seville, so called the bustleback model. I liked all the other years. As for boat tailed Rivieras, I kinda think they are pretty cool. ...

building Town Cars after the 2007 model. The Mark VIII should have been continued after 1998, but killing it was a huge mistake. Engineers are not marketing or sales people and that's the problem....

There are lower costs ways to get around but there in no better way than in the Lincoln Mark VIII, especially the 1998 LSC. If you want sporty driving, lots of power ... 290 hp ... and good comfort, g...

will have you know that 1997 & 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII's also had the same exact engine With 8 individual coil packs. I have repaired a few of these autos with the same complaint. Code reader indi...
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