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1992 Lincoln Town Car Consumer Discussions

Hi there. I have a 1992 Lincoln TC Exec with the 4.6L V8, around 120K miles. A couple of months ago, I started to notice a gasoline smell coming from outside the vehicle when it's running, like when ?...

For the last year I've noticed the compressor for the rear air susp. turning on more regularly. 2 days ago the air susp light illuminated on the dash--as per manual--I turned on off the trunk switch-...

Compare a 1992 Town Car, I mean a 2006 Town Car to any Lexus...

I wanted to replace my 1994 Cavalier with a 1995-1997 Geo Metro and a 1990-1994 Lincoln Town Car. But I ended with with a 1995 Ford Aspire and $1550 cash. I guess $1550 isn't quite enough to buy a $...

I drove Lincolns from 1992 through 2006, one after the other, always leased them. Had a Continental, Town Cars, Aviators and Navigators. Although I tested the LS, and was very impressed with its pe...

I posted the original question and guess what...my car is still in the shop and not fixed. A new processor was installed and two days after the same thing happened, I drove to work , approx. 45 miles...

I agree with you on the Navigrate, but I don't think "evolutionary" is necessarily the way for Ford to go. Toyota can go with boring, because the underlying appliance is so good. However, Fo...
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