1997 Lincoln Continental Repair Question
'97 lincoln continental temperature spikes
I need to advise him before he looks for someone to fix it and it needs to be fixed long before he makes the trip back here.
Thermostat could be overdue for replacement -check/test it, airlock in the system that needs bleeding out, cooling fans not coming on -On time-start here and let me know
I need to know if there are fuses and/or relays for the cooling fans. It seems to be under control until he turns on the AC, then the guage just climbs to hot quickly.
When you turn the AC On-are both fans in operation
Niether of the cooling fans comes on when the A/C is switched on. There are 2 60 amp fuses in the high current fuse box and both were pulled out and look "good" as i have been told. What else/where else do we look. No mention of a relay in the owners manual. I am 850 miles from car and depending on others to be my eyes.
Check/Test the no.2 60 amp in the power distribution box and PCM power relay if both okay have the computer checked further
Melted connector @ groung on one of the fans. All working great now. When searching for solutions i had read that someone else had a similar issue. Thanks for your help
Melted connector or fans still a problem. Next day fans not coming on again. I wonder if the fans are shot, but why both at same exact time. Is it time to go to auto electric place?
My some swears the crossmember over the radiator is a bolt in. I took a look at a 98 continental and it is not. If it were bolt in, it would be easy to take out the fans assembly. I think there is alot more to it.
Bring it in and have the pro look at it