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1997 Lincoln Town Car Consumer Discussions

I have a 1997 Lincoln Town Car. The "Check Air Suspension" light came on a few days ago. The car is still sitting level and rides ok. When I press down on rear bumper I do not hear compresso...

I too liked the traditional Town Car of 1997 and earlier. You may like the CTS, if you don't mind a little less than world class interior. I bet they don't squeek like the '80s Cadillac after a few ...

I suppose people like me are partly to blame for the near demise of the Town Car. I've always liked TC, but prior to 1997 I couldn't afford one. After 1997 I could not warm up to the new design - it s...

This component, however, is not on your 1993 Town Car....

The DTS is a bit more tidy dimension-wise than the Town Car, but it is still a large car, and it does have significantly more room inside than the Town Car does....

I have a 1997 Lincoln Town Car Executive Edition. Currently I noticed that a clicking noise, simlilar to when the hazard lights are on, is coming from the center of the dashboard, sounds like behind ...

BMW's current 4.4 liter engine is due for a revision next year, if I recall. I have read nothing about it, but rest assured BMW wont shoot for par for the course. Like someone else said, it must be ...

Two years ago bought a good souhern 1997 Lincoln town car and air worked. Being it is a winter car in Florida, the air was not used much and last year when I started the car, the air did not work. D...

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...

The Town Car dash has gauges that look like they came from the 1997 F-150 I used to have....

I have a 1997 town car with a cell phone in the center console (disposed of last year). I recently disconnected my battery for another problem and now the word 'phone" appears in my radio display...
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