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Use oil and fluid that meets the defined specification and viscosity grade.

If you do not use oil and fluid that meets the defined specification and viscosity grade, it could result in:

Air Conditioning System

WARNING: The air conditioning refrigerant system contains refrigerant under high pressure. Only qualified personnel should service the air conditioning refrigerant system. Opening the air conditioning refrigerant system can cause personal injury.

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Engine Coolant

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Engine Oil

Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

An oil that displays this symbol conforms to current engine, emission system and fuel economy performance standards of ILSAC.

We recommend Motorcraft® motor oil for your vehicle. If Motorcraft® oil is not available, use motor oils of the recommended viscosity grade that meet API SP requirements and display the API Certification Mark for gasoline engines.

Do not use supplemental engine oil additives because they are unnecessary and could lead to engine damage not covered by your vehicle warranty.

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Alternative Engine Oil for Extremely Cold Climates

To improve engine cold start performance, we recommend that you use the following alternative engine oil in extremely cold climates, where the ambient temperature reaches -22°F (-30°C) or below.

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Fuel Tank

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Grease

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Hydraulic Brake System

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Note: We recommend using DOT 4 Low Viscosity (LV) High Performance Brake Fluid or equivalent meeting WSS-M6C65-A2. Use of any fluid other than the recommended fluid could cause reduced brake performance and not meet our performance standards. Keep brake fluid clean and dry. Contamination with dirt, water, petroleum products or other materials could result in brake system damage and possible failure.

Locks

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Washer Reservoir

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

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Lincoln Corsair. Capacities and Specifications - 2.0L

Motorcraft Parts
2.0L 1 If a Motorcraft oil filter is not available, use an oil filter that meets industry performance specification SAE/USCAR-36. 2 For spark plug replacement, contact your authorized dealer. Repla ...

Capacities and Specifications - 2.3L
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Lincoln Corsair Owners Manual: Motorcraft Parts


2.0L 1 If a Motorcraft oil filter is not available, use an oil filter that meets industry performance specification SAE/USCAR-36. 2 For spark plug replacement, contact your authorized dealer. Replace the spark plugs at the recommended intervals. We recommend Motorcraft® parts that are available ...

Lincoln Corsair Owners Manual: Fastening the Seatbelts


The front outboard and rear safety restraints in the vehicle are combination lap and shoulder belts. Insert the belt tongue into the proper buckle (the buckle closest to the direction the tongue is coming from) until you hear a snap and feel it latch. Make sure the tongue is securely fa ...

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