About Lincoln Town Car
Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan manufactured and marketed by the Lincoln division of the Ford Motor Company from 1981 to 2011. The first Lincoln Town Car was manufactured in 1980 for 1981 model year as the replacement of Lincoln Continental. Since its first launch, it has received some awards such as Forbes magazine's "One of the Best Cars to be Chauffeured" and Motor Trend's "Car of the Year" for 1990. It had been through three generations in all.
The second generation Town Car (1990-1997) was a fully redesigned version and offered trims including base (renamed Executive Series in 1991), Signature Series, Cartier Designer Edition, Jack Nicklaus Signature Series (1992-1997), Regatta Edition (1994), Spinnaker Edition (1995), Diamond Anniversary Edition (1996) and Cypress Edition (1996). Mainly powertrain included 4.9 L and 4.6 L V8 engines mated to 4-speed automatic transmissions. Then in third generation Town Car (1998-2011), it was available in Executive Series, Signature Series, Signature Series Touring, Premium and Cartier Designer Edition (replaced by Town Car Ultimate in 2004), Signature Limited and Signature L (since 2009). Available engine became 4.6 L V8 engine attached to 4-speed automatic transmissions.
Lincoln Town Car Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Lincoln Town Car as a luxury sedan, though equipped with many luxurious auto parts, it still will wear after reaching at certain mileage. According to experienced Town Car drivers, here are the most common problems:
First, engine performance reduced. When drivers accelerated, they could feel a loss of power and the Lincoln Town Car responded slowly. At the meantime, once the engine misfired, it would be difficult to start again. Overheating engine and metallic sounds as well as dropping oil pressure was additional signs. Similar symptoms on your Town Car are indicating the spark plug and oil filter need replacements.
Second, suspension system problem. Divers complained the extensive vibrations impacted the sluggish response in handling largely. And the loud clicking, rattling or squeaking sounds from underneath the Town Car would distract them as well. Sometimes they can also find grease on the inside edge of the tires. You are supposed to check the axle shaft and sway bar bushing.
The windshield wiper could not work well without well-operated washer reservoir. Wheels could not function normally without a good-performance wheel cover. And fog light bulb could provide better vision in adverse weather conditions. Take good care of them can ensure a safe driving experience.
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