1998 Lincoln Continental Questions

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While Driving my car a short way, the car over heats, i have changed the thermostat which definitely needed it, still overheats, then i flushed the system added new coolant then drove it less than a mile and it overheated noises,no leaks. What could the problem be?
During a tire change the air ride was not disabled. Now the car sits very high and the ride adjustments does not seem to work. How can it be reset?
How do I change the crank sensor shaft on a 1998 Lincoln Continental and where is it located
So here's the problem the ABS light comes on the TC light comes on the he stopped working the window stopped working the turn signals stopped working but when I come to a complete stop that's when everything comes back on and start working again it's only when I give it gas is when everything stopped
What seems to make the problem better or worse? when I'm at a complete stop
How long have you had this problem? It just started today
How to change the thermostat on a 1999 Lincoln Continental
I changed valve cover gasket on 98 Lincoln continental. After car will not start. I have fuel pressure, power all the way around, but funny I have no communication through the PCM. I have checked and check, there are no wires pinched under valve covers. I checked fuses too. I am stumped. HELP....THANK YOU
the changer cycles through the cd's but then the message shows cd rom error, tried different cd's no change
My car has new compressor and orifice tube installed. A new accumulator dryer was also installed but I left off oiling the dryer but oiled my new compressor . Anyone have a solution ?
it looks like my water is flowing into the intake instead of out
What's the fuel rail pressure on a 1998 Lincoln continental with a 3.8L engine?
I charged the battery its getting fuel out of the top of the motor,its charging,its cranking but wont start
I tried removing the shroud so I can do it from above since getting up and down isn't easy for me anymore, but after getting all of the obvious screws, etc removed it's still very secure. If I have to climb underneath I'd like advice so I don't have to get up and down more than necessary....getting too old for this stuff!
what things could make this happen?
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