hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
81,254 miles

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2006 Lincoln Town Car lights problems

lights problem

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2006 Lincoln Town Car Owner Comments

problem #2

Jun 062006

Town Car 8-cyl

  • 59,600 miles


Air bag light stays on at all time and beeps. Dash board and head light come on and go off at times on their own. Oil change light remains on at all times even when there is not a need for oil to be changed.

- Gould, AR, USA

problem #1

Jul 302012

Town Car

  • 102,909 miles
On the previous day I had replaced the left side low beam headlight bulb twice which did not fix the problem. Thought it would be a simple fix for a burnt out bulb. Turns out the origional bulb was not bad at all. Took car to dealer for diagnostic check. Problem turned out to be a lighting module ($659.25 part) not repairable, that had to be programed ($239.63 fee) by dealer before being reinstalled. This module also affected my brake lights which I was told were not working. If I had been out on the road when this occured instead of my local traffic area I think it could have been a safety issue. I feel this would have been a safety situation since I never knew my brake lights were not working and also not being able to get my headlight to work. What if both headlights had gone out while I was driving at highway speed because of this module. This situation also put me as car owner into the position of not being able to fix a simple headlight problem and turning it into a major car repair ($905.61 bill). I feel the use of modules to control headlight lighting is a major safety issue. It should not cost nine-hundred dollars to fix a headlight problem. I foresee down the road a whole lot vehicles with these modules having no lights. So much for the modern era. Give me the old style electrical system with just wire and fuzes. Part no: Fmc 7W1Z 13C788 a processor - lighting.

- Warner Robins, GA, USA

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