Recall List for the 1993 Lincoln Town Car

Official recalls have been issued for the 1993 Lincoln Town Car by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.

Recalls don't cost you anything to get fixed, but most are time-limited, so if your car is affected you should call your local Lincoln service department immediately!

If you have questions about a recall, write down your VIN & then call Lincoln customer service.

  1. 1993 Lincoln Town Car VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL NHTSA Campaign #07V336000

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 03, 2007
    • Vehicles Affected: 3,600,000

    Summary: On certain pickup trucks, passenger vehicles, sport utility vehicles, and motor homes chassis, the speed control deactivation switch may, under certain conditions, leak internally and then overheat, smoke, or burn.

    Consequence: This could result in an underhood fire.

    Actions: Dealers will install a fused wiring harness. Owners of the passenger cars included in this campaign will be instructed to return their vehicles to their dealers to have the speed control deactivation switch disconnected as an interim repair. As soon as repair parts are available (expected October 2007), owners will be instructed to return to the dealers for installation of a fused wiring harness. The recall began on August 13, 2007, and mailing completed by September 19, 2007. Owners may contact Ford at 1-888-222-2751. For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #07V336000 »

  2. 1993 Lincoln Town Car ELECTRICAL SYSTEM NHTSA Campaign #99V124000

    • Date Announced: MAY 19, 1999
    • Vehicles Affected: 262,695

    Summary: Vehicle description: Passenger vehicles. The speed control deactivation switch can develop a resistive short in the electrical circuit that could potentially result in an underhood fire. A fire is possible both when the vehicle is running and when the vehicle engine is off. Also, the short could disable the speed control system or cause the brake light fuse to open.

    Consequence: A fire can originate in the left front underhood area.

    Actions: Dealers will install a new speed control deactivation switch and connector shell. Owner notification began May 20, 1999. For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #99V124000 »

  3. 1993 Lincoln Town Car SUSPENSION:FRONT:CONTROL ARM:LOWER BALL JOINT NHTSA Campaign #98V322000

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 16, 1998
    • Vehicles Affected: 175,000

    Summary: Vehicle description: Certain 1996-1999 Ford Crown Victoria police, fleet, natural gas, and 1996-1999 Lincoln Town car limousine vehicles that were produced with a lower control arm ball joint containing a one piece bearing; and 1990-1996 Ford Crown Victoria police, fleet, and ngv vehicles and 1990-1996 Lincoln Town car limousine vehicles that have been serviced with either a ball joint containing the one-piece bearing or a front lower control arm containing a ball joint with a one-piece bearing. The one-piece bearing within the lower control arm ball joint can weaken slowly during use and eventually crack. This could result in separation of the ball and cap of the joint, allowing the control arm to drop to the ground.

    Consequence: If this occurs while the vehicle is moving, reduced steering control could occur, increasing the risk of a crash.

    Actions: Dealers will replace the lower control arm ball joints (2). For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #98V322000 »

  4. 1993 Lincoln Town Car SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS NHTSA Campaign #95V133000

    • Date Announced: JULY 11, 1995
    • Vehicles Affected: 692

    Summary: Improper installation of the rear brake line at the point at which the extended brake line first bends and extends over the left rear wheel area of the frame. If not installed with sufficient clearance, chafing of the brake line can occur in an area adjacent to the rear floor pan.

    Consequence: The rear brake line can leak or rupture resulting in reduced braking capability, loss of rear brakes, and/or loss of brake fluid reserves in the master brake cylinder.

    Actions: Dealers will inspect the brake line for proper installation and/or damage and replace as necessary. Also a protective boot or sleeve over the brake line will be installed. For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #95V133000 »

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