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I suppose the plug is down in a tube that goes through the valve cover. There might be plastic melted around it that keeps the socket from going on completely. Verify what is in the way with a flashlight. If plastic, chip it away with a narrow screwdriver or ice-pick, then blow out the chips, You could GENTLY tap a socket onto the sparkplug base safely. You will need a magnet to lift the sparkplug base out of the hole.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 01, 2018


Could be caused by a few different thing's ,dirty mass air flow sensor ( if your vehicle has one ) A worn TPS - throttle position sensor , dirty throttle plate .

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 01, 2017


Its pretty simple remove , clean, replace.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 22, 2017


you plug it in the diagnostic port under the dash.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 24, 2016


There are going to be tons of small hex-head screws holding plastic panels on. Take them all out. If you get stuck, tug on the panel and see about where its still holding on. Chances are there is a screw that you didnt see before. Dashboards suck to work on so be prepared to be very frusterated

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 10, 2016


This could be a couple of problems. Check to see that there is nothing in the sunroof track. Believe it or NOT you may even have a worn sunroof motor. Over time it can drag down needing replaced. Need more info...how old is the Vehicle & does the sunroof open real slow in reverse direction. Are you able to close it helping along with your hand and the sunroof motor as well?

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 08, 2016


The cooling fan has two wires going to it.
One goes to the ground, one to the "hot" wire.
The hot wire is connected to the sensor on the engine block that tells the fan to turn on whenever the engine temperature reaches a certain point.
I am thinking either the engine block sensor or possibly a relay in the electrical box under the hood has failed, and is sending electricity to the fan when it shouldn't.
Replacing the sensor or the relay will solve the problem.
God bless your efforts.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 19, 2016


You need to isolate the draw by installing an ammeter in series with the battery. Remove the negative cable and hook one end of the meter to the cable and the other to the battery and see what amperage is drawn. Start removing fuses one at a time till the draw on the meter drops. This will tell you what fuse it is and what that fuse controls. You then have to find what is causing the draw from what the fuse controls. This can be a tedious task.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 13, 2015


proportional valves are designed to give the right amount of hydraulic pressure to the back brake to prevent them locking up with a resultant loss of control of the vehicle
replacement of calipers would only be need once to fix jammed or leaking pistons but the pads may have to be replaced more often.
if it only the front brakes that is the problem ,I suspect that the fault will be in the compensating ports of the master cylinder that is not releasing the fluid back into the reservoir and the resultant heat build up from the pads still in contact with the discs is building up brake pressure and so keeping the pads on the discs to the point where lock up is evident
failed proportioning valves will result in no brake action to the rear wheels or rear wheel lock up
If parts are not available from the manufacturer spares department, they should be still be available from reputable brake shops as car manufacturers do not make brake parts as such but rely on brake manufacturers to supply items to specifications
the unit will be repairable by an accredited shop and failing that would be available from the wreckers.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 07, 2015


first you have to check out to find what is leaking oil. get the engine shampooed first to check for were the oil is leaking out.

1999 Lincoln... | Answered on Jun 20, 2015

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