break lines are rusted & need replaced

wipers only work when I push the wiper fluid button, then they only do 3 sweeps and back down they go. I have to keep pushing the wiper fluid button to get them to come on. nothing happens when I try to turn them on normally. I already checked the fuse and it seems fine. This just started happening about 2 months ago. they worked just fine before that.

earlier i got the code po113

I have a '99 Lincoln Continental with 74500 miles on it. Am wondering about routine maintenance which got me wondering about the timing chain.

what could cause hesitation when trying to accelerate a97 Lincoln town car that has been sitting for two years

Just had a compressor put on for Ac since then the trac light comes on an it shuts down.Pushing the trac light has no effect.

I was at an auto shop and they told me i need a new timing chain and that the cost of labor and parts is going to be $2,200.. is this a fair price?

what things could make this happen?



My steering is less free.

I can't find the 12 volt wire that powers the clutch on the compressor. I rebuilt the heads, installed a hi-lift Comp cam, drive gears, Edelbrock intake & carbutor and installed everything and now since the wiring is differant I can't find the 12 volt power supply wire from the heater/air control. There are 3 wires that come off the compressor & 1 of these connects to the hot wire from the control switch.
Can someone help????

There is no clicking sound.

I noticed check engine light on when I got home yesterday. Then last night I drove about a mile car sat for an hr or so. When I tried to start it it wouldn't it has good battery,gas,and tries to start but won't.

I hear and feel air coming out of the compressor

The odometer is not going back to zero, but to where it was when it malfunctioned.

My battery Keeps going dead. So after using an amp meter to locate what keeps draining my battery, I go to start my car and the dash lights and gauges won't work and it is extremely hard to steer. I cant find what fuse controls that stuff. and I still can't figure out how to fix what's draining my battery. It's #9 and #10 in the fuse box under the hood and #39 under the dash.