2007 lincoln town car

Asked by Apr 30, 2017 at 09:48 PM about the 2007 Lincoln Town Car Executive L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So my town car stopped running on me while
driving on the freeway while driving I could. Smell
the gas coming from the vent inside the car all I
know is the car was running good before I changed
the oil and I switched from 5w30 to 10w30 the car
started miss firing then today it stalled out on me

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To light of an oil for that Car, But has nothing to do with your engine stalling, UNLESS you changed the oil, and messed up? In this case, make sure the engine cranks over to make sure you did not SEIZE the engine......

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Its cranks runs but goes right out I was on my way to get spark's changed because it's time for it.. it started miss firing due to the spark plugs needing to be changed so I know it has something to do with that

After I changed the oil I drove to pa then back home to dc yesterday with no problem yesterday evening it stalled out on me I truly think it's the plugs

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