1996 Lincoln Town Car Recalls | CarComplaints.com

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9 Recalls Safety Reports

List for the 1996 Lincoln Car

Official recall notices been issued for the 1996 Town Car by the NHTSA. The complete of all recalls are listed below, with what they and the recommended solutions. It’s to note that most won’t cost you anything to get so if your car is affected you should an authorized Lincoln service immediately!

1996 Lincoln Car VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL Campaign #07V336000

Date AUGUST 03, 2007

Vehicles 3,600,000

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

This could result in an fire.

Actions: Dealers install a fused wiring Owners of the passenger cars in this campaign will be to return their vehicles to dealers to have the speed deactivation switch disconnected as an repair. As soon as repair are available (expected October owners will be instructed to to the dealers for installation of a fused harness. The recall began on 13, 2007, and mailing completed by 19, 2007.

Owners may contact Ford at For detailed information supporting see the official NHTSA page recall #07V336000

1996 Town Car AIR BAGS:FRONTAL:DRIVER SIDE MODULE NHTSA Campaign

Summary: Equipment description: vehicles that have had the air bag module replaced after 5, 2000. The replacement driver’s air bag inflator may have insufficient that could prevent inflation of the air bag.

Consequence: In the of a crash, the driver’s air bag may not properly which could potentially in less than the intended of occupant protection.

Actions: will inspect and, if replace the driver’s air bag module. notification began October 5, Owners who take their to an authorized dealer on an agreed service date and do not receive the remedy within a reasonable should contact Ford at For detailed information supporting see the official NHTSA page recall #01V318000

1996 Town Car SEAT BELTS:FRONT:ANCHORAGE Campaign #00V157001

Summary: description: Passenger vehicles aftermarket driver’s seat assemblies that were by Ford parts departments January 1, through June 13, These seat belt fail to comply with the of FMVSS no. 209, seat assemblies. The equipment involved is stock seat belt model nos. H 9977, H T 9063, and T 9217, built by TRW safety systems, Inc. manufactured from June 1, through May 21, 2000.

Some of these seat assemblies may have been as service replacement equipment on the involved in the recall.

Consequence: In the of a collision, these seat may not restrain an occupant increasing the of injury.

Actions: Dealers inspect these vehicles and the service seat belt that were installed in vehicles from January 1 June 13, 2000. For detailed supporting documents, see the official page concerning recall

1996 Lincoln Town Car BELTS:FRONT:ANCHORAGE NHTSA Campaign

Summary: Vehicle description: vehicles using aftermarket passenger side seat assemblies that were by Ford parts departments January 1, through June 13, These seat belt fail to comply with the of FMVSS no. 209, seat assemblies.

The equipment involved is service seat belt assemblies, nos. H 9977, H 9979, T and T 9217, built by TRW vehicle systems, Inc. (TRW) from June 1, 1998 May 21, 2000. Some of these belt assemblies may have installed as service replacement on the vehicles involved in the recall.

In the event of a collision, these belts may not restrain an occupant the risk of injury.

Actions: will inspect these and replace the service seat assemblies that were in these vehicles from 1 through June 13, 2000. For information supporting documents, see the NHTSA page concerning #00V157002

1996 Lincoln Car SUSPENSION:FRONT:CONTROL ARM:LOWER BALL NHTSA Campaign #98V322000

Announced: DECEMBER 16, 1998

Affected: 175,000

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

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

Actions: will replace the lower arm ball joints (2). For information supporting documents, see the NHTSA page concerning #98V322000

1996 Lincoln Car SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS NHTSA #98I001000

Summary: This is not a recall in accordance with regulation 573. However, it is a safety improvement campaign by the Ford is initiating an owner program for owners of certain Crown Victoria model with police, taxi, and fleet packages and Town car with the livery package.

vehicles may have insufficient between the brake line and the front floor pan assembly could cause wear of the lines.

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Consequence: This could to brake fluid loss for the brakes and, potentially, stopping distances.

Actions: will inspect the brake for wear, install two new tube clips, and check the brake for proper clearances. If the brake are worn, the damaged section of the line will be replaced. For information supporting documents, see the NHTSA page concerning #98I001000

1996 Lincoln Car STEERING:LINKAGES NHTSA Campaign

Summary: The pitman arms not fully lubricated at the assembly The ball joint at the outer end of the arm can become contaminated and corrode.

Such corrosion can result in wear of the joint, resulting in of the joint. Loss of steering can occur increasing the risk of a accident.

Actions: Dealers inspect the vehicles and if the joint is to have significant wear, the arm be replaced. Those pitman not replaced will have the joint fully greased. For information supporting documents, see the NHTSA page concerning #96V135000

1996 Lincoln Car SEAT BELTS:REAR NHTSA #96V109000

Summary: The ELR/ALR feature is to accommodate child restraints. servicing the rear belt wrong parts could been used which do not the automatic locking feature.

In the event of an accident, the seat assemblies may not properly secure the restraint increasing the risk of injury to the seat occupant.

Dealers will replace the belt assemblies with the design retractor and tongue For detailed information supporting see the official NHTSA page recall #96V109000

1996 Town Car LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES:DOORS:LATCH NHTSA #96V070000

Summary: When in the latched position, the driver latches may open when to transverse loads less that specified in FMVSS no. door locks and door components.

Consequence: The driver’s when closed only to the latched position, may not sustain a pound transverse load.

Dealers will inspect if necessary, replace the driver latch. For detailed information documents, see the official NHTSA concerning recall #96V070000

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