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About Lincoln Continental

Having been revived as the flagship vehicle of Lincoln, Lincoln Continental has been built by the Lincoln Motor Company, which is a division of the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company that sells luxury vehicles under the Lincoln brand, since 1939 as a personal luxury and full-size luxury car. Originally introduced as a coach-built convertible that spawned the personal luxury car segment, Continental now return to the Lincoln lineup after a 15-year production hiatus and is the successor for the Lincoln MKS. Lincoln Continental now is in its tenth generation.
The ninth-generation Lincoln Continental was produced from 1995 to 2002 based on the Ford D186 platform. It was offered in only one body style: 4-door sedan with a sleeker, more upscale exterior designed to attract younger buyers. It came in only one trim level but several editions such as Diamond Anniversary Edition, Spinnaker Edition, Limited Edition and Collector's Edition and it was equipped with standard keyless entry, leather upholstery, full power accessories and an AM/FM/cassette audio system as well as optional Alpine audio, heated seats, auxiliary steering-wheel audio controls, a CD changer and a power sunroof. During this generation, Continental was powered by a 4.6 L V8 rated at 260 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque. Sending this power to the front wheels was a 4-speed automatic transmission. The 2017 Continental was previewed at the 2015 New York Auto Show and went on sale in the fall of 2016. Built at the Ford CD4 platform, it came in three trim levels: base Premiere, midrange Select and top-level Reserve. Now, Continental has three engine options: 3.7 L, 2.7 L and 3.0 L V6 and engines send power through a 6-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels.

Lincoln Continental Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Offering a wealth of gadgets and features to use and enjoy as well as strong acceleration, Lincoln Continental is wonderful but it lacks maneuverability and interior storage. Therefore, you had better learn about these common problems on Continental:
First, transmission failure is what Lincoln Continental drivers complained most during driving based on the data collected from the online car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com. It was reported that this issue arose when the vehicle reached about 65,000 miles. Since this issue could lead to drivability issues and even result in fatal accidents, you can use these symptoms provided by experienced Continental drivers for reference. At the beginning, there may be clunking or grinding noises coming from underneath the vehicle; then gradually, you may notice the indicator does not match the gear, difficulty in shifting gears, leaking transmission fluids. Most serious is that the vehicle starts in another gear or not go into any gear at all. To avoid this problem, please make sure the Continental shift cable, clutch fork, transmission assembly, automatic transmission shifter, automatic transmission filter and transfer case seal.
Second, on Lincoln Continental, suspension failure is another headache for drivers since it not only brings about uncomfortable driving trip but also results in dangers during driving. These recognizable and simple symptoms of this issue are helpful for you to diagnose and solve this problem as soon as possible. Some Continental drivers warn you to notice the rattling and squeaking noises from underneath the car, which is actually the reason resulting in uneven tire wear and tilting vehicle. And all these could lead to poor handle plus the intense car vibration and swerving or nose diving when braking caused by the Continental shock absorber, sway bar bushing, sway bar link, coil springs, coil spring insulator and wheel bearing in the suspension system.
On your Lincoln Continental, you should also take routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts seriously. Therefore, maintaining the Continental door handle, headlight, windshield wiper, wiper blade, seat belt, fog light, antenna and cabin air filter should be your compulsory job since they could provide a safe and comfortable driving environment but they are exposed to harsh working conditions all the time.
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