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Old 09-23-2005, 12:54 PM
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Town Car A/C needs more air blow

The 98-2002 Lincoln Town Cars have insufficient air volume blowing from the dash vents. Much much less than the 90-97s. Anybody have any solutions? What blower motors might interchange? Thanks.

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Has this problem existed from new or has it been a slow onset? If has been slow coming check the cabin air filter, or anything else for restriction.

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Steve, its a common problem since new. I have driven 5 besides my own, the most recent last weekend. They all have the same problem. You would think that they are blowing on # 3 instead of # 4. (of course they all have variable speeds, not click numbers) It seems the 90-7 have at least 30% more air volume/velocity. It takes 10 minutes at 60 mph to cool the car. It will barely keep up on a 90* day. It is cold, just no air flow. In town is ridiculous. The newer ones just don't cool for c--p. My 93 BMW 525 has a killer A/C compared to a TownCar. My former 97 Mark8 was tremendously better also.
No Lincoln dealer has an answer.
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