1992 Lincoln Continental purchased used
october 1992. Engine went bad day
after purchase(63000 miles). New used
engine replaced by seller had 47000
miles on it 12/12 warrenty.
Transmission went bad 2 months after
purchase. Rebuilt and on the way home
engine started knocking it now has
burnt valve. If you purchase a lincoln
from this year have deep pockets.
Anything that could go wrong did go
wrong. From transmission to
suspension. Three alternators, two
starters, A/C system, all four door
locks, window switches, cassette
player. If you want to throw away money
then this car is for you.
Ok, I've owned 2 Continentals. My first
was a 1990 and 2nd (which was a
mistake)was a 1992. On the first one
the air ride went out on it, so I
replaced it with normal shocks($1500).
Then the radiator went and put a rod
knock in the engine. So I got a new one
and know the C/v axles are going on this
one and the rear shocks. The
transmission is shot and the calipers
are frossen. So I'll never buy a
1990-1994 Continental again.