1993 Lincoln Mark Viii
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Great car basic maintance must be known

by from Atlanta on August 31, 2009

Trouble Spots Consumer Guide's® Auto Editors have scoured repair bulletins and questioned mechanics to search for commonly occurring problems for a particular vehicle. In some cases we also give possi...
Trouble Spots Consumer Guide's® Auto Editors have scoured repair bulletins and questioned mechanics to search for commonly occurring problems for a particular vehicle. In some cases we also give possible manufacturer-suggested solutions. In many instances these trouble spots are Technical Service Bulletins posted by the manufacturer, however, we have our own expert looking at additional vehicle problems. Alternator belt: The drive-belt tensioner pulley or idler pulley bearings are apt to make a squealing noise when the engine is started in cold weather. (1993-96) Automatic transmission: Transmission shudder or vibration under light acceleration or when shifting between third and fourth gear above 35 mph can be fixed by replacing the transmission fluid with Mercon fluid. (1992-94) Automatic transmission: The transmission may slip and the engine may flare when the transmission shifts into fourth gear, which can often be traced to a bad TR/MLP sensor. (1993-95) Blower motor: Squeaking or chirping blower motors are the result of defective brush holders. (1993-94) Engine stalling: The in-tank fuel-delivery module may cause low or no fuel pressure. (1995) Hard starting: If the engine does not want to start or cranks for a long time then stalls, the idle-air control valve may be sticking. (1995-96) Heater core: Installing a restrictor in the heater inlet hose may repair heater cores leaks. (1993-98) Odometer: Because of a software problem, the odometer may quit registering after 65,531 miles. (1995) Consumer Guide® Estimated Repair Costs This table lists costs of likely repairs for comparison with other vehicles. The dollar amount includes the cost of the part(s) and labor (based on $50 per hour) for the typical repair without extras or add-ons. Like the pricing information, replacement costs can vary widely depending on region. Expect charges at a new-car dealership to be slightly higher.
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Mark VIII: Last of a Series

by from alexandria ,va on September 12, 2015

Power, looks, high line engineering - what's now to like? Sure it has the aluminum block, 32-valve, DOHC - "Cobra" motor; that and the computer-driven, self-leveling air suspension. Interior features ...
Power, looks, high line engineering - what's now to like? Sure it has the aluminum block, 32-valve, DOHC - "Cobra" motor; that and the computer-driven, self-leveling air suspension. Interior features fighter jet cockpit-design, all-leather seats, and the extra quiet Lincolns are famous for. But, what did Eldorado owners expect. 1993 was as pretty good year for Ford, and the all-new Mark VIII reflected that new-found confidence.
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