New Mark in the Denver area.

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New Mark in the Denver area.

Postby 4slinger » Tue Apr 03, 2018 6:31 am

Just got my Mark VII LSC 3/17/18, bought it in Seattle and drove it back to Denver without a hiccup. In the process of looking her over and inspecting more closely, have already cleaned the IAC for a better idle, many other aging parts to look at and possibly replace. Will be keeping her stock and original.
For now I am driving the Mark everyday, I love this car.
Need the latch for the lower armrest.
Anyone in the Denver area?
1989 Lincoln Mark VII LSC, Arctic white/dark blue.
2007 Harley Davidson VRSCR Streetrod. Only made 06-07, the non cruiser sport roadster V-Rod.
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Re: New Mark in the Denver area.

Postby Brad4d » Tue Apr 03, 2018 2:21 pm

I believe this applies to your Mark, & congrats again! http://www.thelincolnmarkviiclub.org/do ... Switch.pdf
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Re: New Mark in the Denver area.

Postby 4slinger » Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:03 am

Thanks for the link, that is helpful. The two special screws look like they could be a bit of trouble to get out.
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Re: New Mark in the Denver area.

Postby Brad4d » Wed Apr 04, 2018 2:40 pm

I've done the job on similar vehicles, and they do unscrew OK, its just a matter of getting a hold of them. I used large vise grips. The last switch I did, came with replacement screws, but you may have to take the screws to a parts place for new ones. There is a thread on here that shows pictures of a car that burned up from a bad ignition. It's definitely something worth the piece of mind. At the very least, it may leave you stranded some day. Not too tough of a job, might as well do it, I'd say.
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