Lincoln Mark VIII owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Lincoln Mark VIII background information
Lincoln Mark VIII – a large rear-wheel drive car with a coupe type, introduced in 1993 by Ford.
Mark VIII continues the main traditions of the Lincoln Mark family. The Mark VIII was assembled at Ford’s Weeks, Michigan, on the FN10 platform, a family of the MN12 platform on which the Ford Thunderbird and its premium Mercury Cougar are assembled.
The model is rich in comfort, which contributes to maximum comfort: leather interior, climate control, cruise control, electric drives for most accessories and front seats, on-board computer, adjustable steering rack, ABS and stability control, rear-view mirrors and rear window with heated, sunroof (optional). Safety is provided by two front airbags – driver’s and passenger’s.
Thanks to its unique streamlined design, the Mark VIII is a car with minimal frontal resistance, which has never been manufactured by Ford.
It was on the Mark VIII that the 32-valve version of the Modular family engine was first introduced. V-shaped eight-cylinder engine with aluminum cylinder block is equipped with four valves per cylinder, the gas distribution system is driven by four camshafts with a chain drive. The engine develops 280 horsepower and 386 Nm of torque. 4-st. Automatic transmission type AOD-E, equipped with kick-down and overdrive systems.
The air suspension allows the Lincoln Mark VIII to always maintain a standard ground clearance regardless of load, but at high speeds the electronic system evaporates a small amount of air from the airbags to reduce the machine and reduce air resistance.
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