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No lights working, no windows or sunroof working. Please help!

Daddymackz

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I have a 97 lincoln towncar I just bought from my first boss. I loved this car from I first bought it. After getting the car, I noticed that none of the lights are working;no headlights, no parking lights, no interior lights. Additionally, none of the windows or sunroof is working. I checked the fuses and relays which appeared to be in good condition. NOTE the car is running like a dream! I need help please! Anyone else ever experienced this issue with their lincoln?
 

Brian J. Patterson

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Have you checked the fuses and relays in the high current fuse panel? It's located under the hood on the left-hand fender apron. Start with fuses A and F. In addition to the fuses themselves, check for corrosion on the fuse connectors, and general condition of the panel itself. You may need to re-seat (remove and replace from the panel) one or more connectors into the high current fuse panel.

Good luck.
 

Daddymackz

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Have you checked the fuses and relays in the high current fuse panel? It's located under the hood on the left-hand fender apron. Start with fuses A and F. In addition to the fuses themselves, check for corrosion on the fuse connectors, and general condition of the panel itself. You may need to re-seat (remove and replace from the panel) one or more connectors into the high current fuse panel.

Good luck.
Thank you Brian! I will look into this right away!
 

estreet7

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Sounds like you may need a Lighting Control Module if that year has one. If the fuses and relays are ok check that. Match the part numbers from a junkyard or Ebay! They are easy to change!
 

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