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1999 Lincoln Town Car Consumer Discussions

We inheritied a 1999 town car with 82000,00 miles, When we got it the auto climate control worked fine, later it took about 15 minutes for the a/c to kick in but blew cold air. Now it won't work at al...

I have a 1999 TC and I have been hearing a ticking noise that sounds exactly like the turn signal, only the signal does not blink. It usually happens when I hit bumps or when I am going uphill, but ?...

Expedition, 00 Lincoln LS, 99-00 Navigator, 99 Town Car, 00 Town Car. At this point, the NGS Tester automatically finishes the software change. You'll receive a positive or negative response. If the ...

Does anyone know of any safety crash testing of the 1999 Lincoln Town Car?...

There is a simple solution to eliminating the horrid dauchtsund-like Town Car stretch jobs: simply withdraw the warranties from any car converted beyond a certain factory approved and tested limit. F...

This article said the MK S replaces the Town Car. Well, the TC is a whole lot bigger than the MK S , ain't it? To me, the MK S 'replaces' the LS as it's similar in size. But I guess Lincoln thinks t...

Ref: 1999 Lincoln Town Car - I recently experienced a complete shutdown of the electrical system on my car while driving on a very busy road in florida. The ambient outside temperature was in the low...

Having problem with ingnition coils on 1999 lincoln town car. 99,000K on car just recently #7 & #6 coils have gone bad, last night experienced the same problem with car. Should I replace all coi...

I have a 1999 Town Car and had the same problem when I purchased it used a few years ago- the water was leaking from the fresh air vent which is located in the engine compartment below the windshield ...

I had the same thing happen on my 1999 Town Car. It IS a real surprise when the Speed Control takes over and causes you to "Stand on The Brakes" in order to slow down!...
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