1990 Lincoln Town Car Q&A
1990 Lincoln Town Car Question: Starter problems
Hi I have a problem My lincoln town car wont start. Battery is fully charged and all I get when i turn the key is a loud click and twang from the diode. The kids were playing in the car right before this happened is there some type of anti theft system that could cause this? - samdland
If your are just getting a click, that is the starter solenoid working, but the starter is not turning over the engine. You might try tapping on the starter with a hammer ( if you can safely do this ) while some one is cranking trying to crank the engine. If the starter begins to work, then you need a new starter. This is assuming that your battery is still powerful enough to turn over the engine. A fully charged battery can still not have enough power to crank an engine over if it is old and worn out. It can still operate the lights, but that is minor compared to the energy needed to crank over an engine. - dandd
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If you experience poor running and low fuel economy after the starter has been repaired, it could indicate that an incorrect starter relay was used. A diode-suppressed starter relay may be needed.
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