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Have replaced compressor and clutch for A/C in my 1995 Lincoln Towncar. Still blowing hot air. Was told I need a new control panel whch you can only get used. I ordered one and the air worked, but not the fan. Ordered a second one, the air worked, but it kept kicking to defrost mode. Is there anything else that needs to be done before I order a 3rd one?

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  • Larry Purkey May 09, 2012

    I really don't know what to tell you. Could the A/C panels I ordered be defective or is there something else that is keeping the air conditioner from working. The control panel I have now only blows hot air. The other 2 I ordered blew cold air but on one the fan did not work, and on the 2nd one it kept kicking into the defrost mode.

  • william c robinson Nov 22, 2012

    have you tried to reset the a module itself, or did the self diagnostic on it. Its easy.

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    John Korreck Sep 27, 2017

    Never trist a mechanic that stands to make money, off you cpuld affrct thier answer.....unbiased answers always better

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Freeon leaking out of compressor common on all cars ,buy 2/3 cans ,load on high side ,when working,correctly when approaching condensor ,outside of tube should be froze an color of snow.....also if flap right past bliwer motor stuck open will never get cold ....look for binding ,sticking,,or bad cable...when working redeflects hot air to stay in engine dept.......check all relays an fuses

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Check out the damper that controls the direction of air flow - if vacuum operated make sure there are no leaks and that the control itself is working.

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SOURCE: where is air suspension compressor located on '94 lincoln towncar

engine compartment, driverside fender well

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1989 Lincoln Town Car is blowing hot air all the time..

I have the same problem in my 1997 model. I was told that it is a actuator switch located in the system behind the glove box. The part is about 30.00, but labor to remove the dash to get to it is about 600.00.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the air compressor for air suspension

The compressor is underneath the airbox in the engine bay. NOT in the trunk

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I just bought a 1996 Lincoln Towncar all I can get

yes it does inline with the heater hoses has a vacumn style pull off

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

SOURCE: i have a 1996 lincoln

Get a new car,a lincoln ?

Do you have $60,000 in disposible cash?

The reason it was done twice, is that you
need a new compressor,not a reman

I don't like that myself,but we all learn the
hard way.

Your condenser was just old,corroded &
banged up from road debris,so no big deal

Fix it I guess. Not for another $1,300

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