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1989 Lincoln Town Car Distributor Cap Motorcraft

P311-56BED7E    W0133-1699172  New

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  • Our distributor caps are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. RFI resistors where specified to eliminate radio static and potential ECU-damaging spikes. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
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1950 - Lincoln Lincoln
Standard Ignition
1957 Lincoln Mark II Distributor Cap Standard Ignition

P311-31E277A    FD-129  New

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1957 - Lincoln Mark II
Standard Ignition
1976 Lincoln Mark IV Distributor Cap Standard Ignition

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  • Our distributor caps are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. RFI resistors where specified to eliminate radio static and potential ECU-damaging spikes. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
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1976 - Lincoln Mark IV
Standard Ignition
1982 Lincoln Continental Distributor Cap 6 Cyl 3.8L Standard Ignition

P311-1829D3D    FD-151  New

12309924 , D7BE 12A106 AB , D7DZ-12106A , E5DZ-12106A , E3DZ-12106A , E3DE 12106 AA , E3DE 12106 AB , 19106468 , C193

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  • Standard Blue Streak caps and rotors are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
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1982 - Lincoln Continental V 6 Cyl 3.8L 232 -
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1979 Lincoln Mark V Distributor Cap Standard Ignition

P311-44A1D2A    FD-168  New

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  • Standard Blue Streak caps and rotors are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
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1979 - Lincoln Mark V
Standard Ignition
1979 Lincoln Versailles Distributor Cap Standard Ignition

P311-44A1D2A    FD-168  New

E5ZE 12106 AA , F5ZZ-12106AA , F3TZ-12106A , E6TZ-12106A , E5ZZ-12106A , E2ZZ-12106A , D7AE 12106 AA , C194 , E2ZE 12106 AA , E5TE 12106 AA , D7AZ-12106A , 12309925 , F3TZ12106A , F5ZZ 12106 AA , 3854217-1

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Standard Ignition Distributor Cap
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  • Standard Blue Streak caps and rotors are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
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1979 - Lincoln Versailles
Standard Ignition
1983 Lincoln Mark VI Distributor Cap 8 Cyl 5.0L Standard Ignition

P311-44A1D2A    FD-168  New

E5ZE 12106 AA , F5ZZ-12106AA , F3TZ-12106A , E6TZ-12106A , E5ZZ-12106A , E2ZZ-12106A , D7AE 12106 AA , C194 , E2ZE 12106 AA , E5TE 12106 AA , D7AZ-12106A , 12309925 , F3TZ12106A , F5ZZ 12106 AA , 3854217-1

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Standard Ignition Distributor Cap
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  • Standard Blue Streak caps and rotors are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
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1983 - Lincoln Mark VI V 8 Cyl 5.0L 302 -
Standard Ignition
1988 Lincoln Continental Distributor Cap Standard Ignition

P311-224F515    FD-169  New

F1DZ 12106 A , ZZM2-24-310 , E4TZ-12106A , C238 , E6AE 12100 CA , ZZM1-24-310 , E47E 12106 AB , E5TZ 12106 A , E47E 12106 AA , F37Z-12106A , 12336857 , 8933004024 , E6AZ-12106A , F1DZ-12106A

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Standard Ignition Distributor Cap
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  • Blue Streak Premium Quality
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  • Standard Blue Streak caps and rotors are made of high dielectric strength, glass/mineral reinforced polyester resin for less carbon tracking, greater resistance to electrical breakdown, and superior performance. Solid brass terminals (where available) make better connections and greater resistance to electrical pitting and corrosion. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
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1988 - Lincoln Continental
Motorcraft
1994 Lincoln Continental Distributor Cap Motorcraft

P311-30C9C3C    W0133-1698760  New

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Motorcraft Distributor Cap
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Brand: Motorcraft
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1994 - Lincoln Continental

Latest Lincoln Repair and Distributor Cap Installation Advice

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1976 lincoln help

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Question From booyah1 on 1976 lincoln help

Hope someone can help me. I bought a 1976 Lincoln continental from an individual who bought it from original owner. Car had been sitting in garage for 20 yrs. Has less than 38k miles on car. Has 460 ford engine. The person I bought it from claimed to had it running to drive it to his house, then had dropped the tank and cleaned it, installed new plugs and plug wires, fuel pump, distributor, cap, rotor button. For what ever reason he could not get it running again. I believed him. My mistake. No way car was ever running. Has an electrical problem we have not figured out yet. I am not a mechanic so what I am explaining is the best way I know how. Anyway, we used a piggyback wire under the hood to bypass something to try too get it to even fire. Would not fire with just turning key on. We pumped out the tank and put 5 gallons of hi-test gas and a can of Seafoam in tank. Did get car running but, it is missing badly, no power. It seems as only 2 plugs are firing, as I could remove 6 plug wires and could tell no difference. Went and bought new plugs. Did not help. The next to the last plug on each side were the only plugs that made a difference if plug wire was removed.Not sure what to do now. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

We pumped out the tank and put 5 gallons of hi-test gas and a can of Seafoam in tank

That's a bit much

I am not a mechanic so what I am explaining is the best way I know how. Anyway, we used a piggyback wire under the hood to bypass something to try too get it to even fire.

Well, that tells me a whole lot {sarcasm}


All "crank, no start" conditions are approached in the same way. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. Also, these functions can ONLY be tested during the failure. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment.
If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.



Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. That's what we have to look for.

These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.

1) Test for spark at the plug end of the wire using a spark tester. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on.


2) Test for injector pulse using a small bulb called a noid light. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on.


3) Use a fuel pressure gauge to test for correct fuel pressure, also noticing if the pressure holds when key is shut off.

4) If all of these things check good, then you would need to do a complete compression test.

Once you have determined which of these functions has dropped out,
you will know which system is having the problem.

Response From booyah1

Compression check was what we were going to do next as did not know what else to check. We did get it running, just seems to be on 2 cylinders. Question I had is why do only 2 cylinders seem to be working? Wouldn't think 6 cylinders lost compression. What should I be looking for to be problem? thanks

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

This isn't a Harley, it isn't going to run on two cylinders. To answer your question about why it may be doing this, you need to do the tests mentioned by the others. You have a 37 year old engine with an unknown history. Until you know for sure the engine internals are in good enough shape by verifying the compression there isn't any point in looking for anything else. You need to systematically test and verify components to isolate where the issue lies.

Since you are doubting the last guy actually cleaned out the tank, you can also try unhooking the suction line off the fuel pump and running a piece of hose into your gas can. See if it runs off of that. If it does you have a bunch of junk in the tank and lines.

With a car this old, anything can be suspect, and yes you can lose compression on 6 cylinders. Time to test it to see whats going on, then get back to us with the results to see what needs to be done next.

Response From Discretesignals


If all of these things check good, then you would need to do a complete compression test.


Would definitely start there first. Make sure your battery is fully charged, the ignition system is disabled, and the throttle is wide open when you do your compression test.

2002 Lincoln town car, no. 5 spark plug is misfiring

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Question From Juche on 2002 Lincoln town car, no. 5 spark plug is misfiring

In my 2002 town car, 112k, standard V8 engine, I had the timing chain worked on a couple of months ago. Ever since then I have had problems with the car shaking, accelerating, vibrating, etc. I couldn't figure out what the problem was, I thought it was either a fuel system or an electrical problem.

About 2 weeks ago the check engine light came on, I took it to a shop and it was the no. 5 spark plug was misfiring. So the guy at the shop erased the code. I had the 100k maintenance done on my car including replacing all 8 spark plugs. That didn't help, and the light came back on. I had it read at autozone and same thing, no. 5 spark plug.

The ignition coil connector clip that connects to the ignition coil had a problem, a latch that is supposed to hold it on was broken. So I bought a new one of those and had it spliced to the wires, then hooked to the ignition coil. Doing that improved but didn't fix the situation.

It used to be the check engine light was on or blinking constantly. Since I had that done a couple days ago the light has only blinked once (it blinked 5 times). The car sometimes idles and accelerates smoothly, sometimes it shakes. When the light came on I was driving at 55 and the car started shaking more than normal.

So what do I do now? I have considered buying a new ignition coil. I have also thought about replacing the vacuum tubes for the fuel injector. What else is there to look at? I hope the fuel injector itself isn't going bad. My understanding is my model doesn't have a distributor cap and replacing the ignition coil would be my next best move.

Why would this problem not be consistent? It used to be consistently bad until I had the ignition coil connector replaced. Now it is intermittent.

I have already tried fuel system cleaner in the tank, and I've tried water remover in case there was some water in my gas. Neither helped (I think the water remover may have made it worse). When I had my 100k maintenance done the mechanic put sea foam in the vacuum lines, it didn't make a difference.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You know, doing/diagnosing your own work isn't always the cheaper way to go, especially when you don't know what you're doing. You've turned what would have been a very basic diagnosis by a qualified tech that most likely would have been free in many shops into something expensive and complicated. This engine is notorious for bad coils which would have been the first thing any knowledgeable tech would have gone to. I don't know what "vacuum tubes for the fuel injector" are supposed but there is no such thing. Replace the coil and pray you haven't ruined your Catalytic Converter by driving it that way.
For future reference, flashing lights on the dashboard generally mean "shut the car off immediately".

Response From Juche

You know, doing/diagnosing your own work isn't always the cheaper way to go, especially when you don't know what you're doing. You've turned what would have been a very basic diagnosis by a qualified tech that most likely would have been free in many shops into something expensive and complicated. This engine is notorious for bad coils which would have been the first thing any knowledgeable tech would have gone to. I don't know what "vacuum tubes for the fuel injector" are supposed but there is no such thing. Replace the coil and pray you haven't ruined your Catalytic Converter by driving it that way.
For future reference, flashing lights on the dashboard generally mean "shut the car off immediately".

Close but no. It was the ignition coil and the fuel injector that were going bad.

Replacing the ignition coil connector made the problem about 70% better. The CEL light came on sporadically and the car shook and hesitated, but not consisently.

A mechanic changed out the ignition coil by switching it with no. 7 and found it wasn't sparking as good as it should, so he installed a new ignition coil on no. 5. But that alone didn't fix the problem.

So he also replaced the fuel injector. That seems to have fixed it. I have driven it 250 miles since getting it back from the mechanic and I've had no shaking, hesitating, loss of acceleration, CELs etc. Of course that could come back who knows.

The real question is why would all these physical parts fail for the same cylinder. The coil connector wasn't connecting properly, the ignition coil wasn't sparking as well as it should and the fuel injector seems to have been damaged and it all occurred in the no. 5.

The catalytic converter is fine according to the mechanic.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't believe it ever had a bad injector. I advised it was a bad coil from the beginning and I suspect he just forgot to plug the injector back in when he was playing with the coils. I fix these things all the time and I have changed hundreds of coils and not even one injector. If the guy had any experience in these engines, he would have immediately recognized the bad coil.

Response From Juche

I appreciate the reply. I did have the light read by a mechanic and he told me it was a spark plug misfiring, he erased the code and told me there was no harm in driving it. I did not know a blinking CEL was different from a regular CEL. I hope I haven't damaged the car. I will get the ignition coil replaced. The car has been at a mechanics for the last couple days as they try to figure out what is wrong. Ever since the ignition coil connector was replaced this problem is sporadic instead of constant.

Response From Hammer Time

If this guy couldn't recognize a bad COP on a Ford and then tells you it's OK to drive, I wouldn't call him a mechanic. This is basic stuff. The flashing check engine light means that the misfire is severe enough to damage the Converter and shouldn't be driven.