MARK 3 STARTS WHEN IF FEELS LIKE IT
1983 Lincoln LS
I have a 83 lincoln mark 3,125,000 on it,the thing is sometimes I go to start it it starts and runs fine,sometimes for afew days,then I go to start it and it will crank and crank and not start,I go back out aday or so after and it will start right up.I have changed everything in this car,it is a class two door the last full size one made,and it very clean,I don`t want to sell it but I am at wits end,I have changed--crankshaft position sensor,battery-volatge reg-ignition coil-distributor cap & rottor-fuel pump-throttle body-throttle position sensor-modlue box-electronic control assembly-MAP sensor-MLP sensor-timing chain- there has even been more I can`t remember,if you can think of anything else please let me know,if there was sometimes fire to the coil what could that be??I mean sometimes there is fire to the coil when turning over sometimes ity seems like theres not ,where dose the fire to the coil come from? Thank you sorry I know yous are busy but I tryed all around here to no avail.
November 13, 2006.
November 13, 2006.
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