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Lincoln Mark 1998
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
Dec 15, 2002
Location:
Brownsville, TX

transmission replaced at 55k miles. primary symptom was shuddering during overdrive gear shifts. (79k) heater will not work. unit only blows cold air. vehicle eats rotors. rotors need to be turned or replaced at least once a year. electric steering adjustment won't go up or down. temporarily fixed by beating on steering wheel.

Mileage was 0 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1LNFM91V7WY. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Lincoln MARK 1998 Engine And Engine Cooling Transmission Type: AUTO.

Lincoln Mark 1998
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
Jan 21, 2004
Location:
Sacramento, CA

while driving vehicle stalled. smoke was coming in through the vents. consumer had the vehicle towed to the dealer for analysis, and mechanic determined that the valve cover to engine needed to be replaced. *ak

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.

Lincoln Mark 1996
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
Dec 28, 1998
Location:
Gibraltar, MI

vehicle experienced several engine problems, engine light illuminated and dealer could not figure out why, dealer replaced o2 sensor in an attempt to remedy the illuminating light, vehicle would overheat, both engine covers cracked, thermostat and gasket were replaced, bearing was defective, cooling fan failed, hose clamp to thermostat was reinstalled, secondary air injection pump was replaced. *slc

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1LNLM91V0TY. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Lincoln MARK 1996 Engine And Engine Cooling Transmission Type: AUTO.

Lincoln Mark 1996
Ford Motor Company
Safety incident date:
Dec 28, 1998
Location:
Gibraltar, MI

vehicle experienced several engine problems, engine light illuminated and dealer could not figure out why, dealer replaced o2 sensor in an attempt to remedy the illuminating light, vehicle would overheat, both engine covers cracked, thermostat and gasket were replaced, bearing was defective, cooling fan failed, hose clamp to thermostat was reinstalled, secondary air injection pump was replaced. *slc

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1LNLM91V0TY. Vehicle was not using anit-lock brakes. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Lincoln MARK 1996 Engine And Engine Cooling Transmission Type: AUTO.



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