1990 Lincoln Continental Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1990 Lincoln Continental
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1990 Lincoln Continental ProblemsCompressor Failure Due to Air Leaks From Air Suspension Struts and Drier
Sagging suspension can be a result of air suspension struts and/or drier leaking air. These type of air leaks can lead to failure of the air suspension compressor.
Worn motor mounts can cause the motor to rise during acceleration, causing a clunking noise and possibly damaging the AC hoses. Damage to the AC hoses can cause a loss refrigerant resulting in no cold air from the AC. The motor mount will need to be replaced prior to repairing the damaged hose or the problem will continue.
Corrosion can form at the grounding points near the battery. There may be electrical faults and the engine may crank but not start.
1990 Lincoln Continental QuestionsThe car won't start it has power new engine new battery. TThere is no clicking s (1 answer)
There is no clicking sound.
How do I drain some fluid when the top and trunk are down and froze shut? I had it working , now it wont open at all.
brake petal goes all the way to the floor, no fluid on tire or on the ground.
1990 Lincoln Continental RecallsFord Recalls 1986-1995 Vehicles for Corroded Subframe Mount Plate Nuts
Ford has recalled certain 1986-1995 Taurus and Mercury Sable models and 1988-1994 Lincoln Continental models in high corrosion, cold weather states because the rear subframe mount plate nuts may corrode and fail, causing the subframe to drop. If the subframe drops, loss of vehicle control and functionality can occur. Dealers will install subframe rear mount bolts, reinforcement plates, and plate nuts.
Ford has recalled certain 1990-1992 Taurus, Mercury Sable, and Lincoln Continental vehicles in cold weather, high corrosion states to replace the brake rotors. The original rotors on the vehicle can easily corrode and separate, causing a potential braking safety issue. Dealers will replace the front rotors with full cast iron rotors.