Hello I have a Lincoln Continental 1998, it has somewhere around 130,000 miles on it and the engine is 8 cylinder 4.6 281c, it started to overheat a little while ago so I changed the temperature sensor and the thermostat and it's still overheating. I thought that it might be a blown gasket but there are no bubbles in the cooling system, so I started looking what else could be the problem. I found out about the Valuable Relay Control Module, the one that is located on the top of the cooling fans. And it also said that this module is responsible for turning the A/C clutch off, and right before the car started overheating, sometimes the air conditioner would just turn off and then come back on. So I focused on this module. Can you please tell me if you think that this is the problem. Maybe you can tell me if there is a way to check this module. I searched everywhere for it but I can't find it. No matter where I look for it, I type VCRM and I they can't find it, even in the FORD website by part number. Maybe you can tell me where I can get one as well. Thank you very much.
Wednesday, October 10th, 2007 AT 2:39 PM