Yeah, fortunately for me, the computer on the dash is accurate. I had just bought my '95 Town Car (Signature) used from a private party in Oct., 2006 and when I drove it away, I noticed that there was only 3 miles until empty! And I didn't know where the nearest gas station was. Luckily, I found one only about 2 miles away. That was scary, though, I sure was hoping the mpg until empty was right!
My '95 Town Car is a beautifully-riding automobile, but the garage is still trying to figure out a hitching or tugging problem when the car is under load, going up an incline at about 40 - 45 mph. They have checked everything, but the problem persists. Does anyone have any suggestions? They replaced the plug wires and cleaned out the emissions control valve (not sure what they call it) ports, but nothing seems to help. The throttle body gasket is OK. Any ideas would be welcome.
Also, I have the same radio push button problem. If you play with it enough, it will finally catch and stay in, but usually it just stays on. Ideas?
Also I have had the headliner problem above the rear window. I can't believe it is from having windows open in the back. I think there is some other issue there. I had it re-glued two years ago, but it looks like it wants to do it again.
Finally, does anyone know how to clean the dirt from inside the headlight covers? Do you have to pull the entire unit out? There must be an easy way. With older cars you just unscrewed the lens, cleaned it and screwed it back on.
This is a nice site for owners to compare notes.