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just need the routine check up.... change oil, rotate tires, check fluids, brakes, tires, etc
Hi there. Quotes cannot be generated via the ask a mechanic portal. However, your request is being forwarded to customer service. Please have your vehicle make, model, year, mileage, and VIN readily available. Your Mechanic has several available technicians that...
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Liftgate glass hinge.... can't remove?
Hi there. It's very difficult to explain exactly how to remove the hinge you're referring to. In this case, I think you'll find buying a service and repair manual for your Lincoln Aviator is a good idea.
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Will not acceleration
Hi there. It is possible that your Lincoln has entered a "limp mode"; which is when a problem is found in the transmission by a sensor. Essentially, it locks your vehicle in a low gear and restricts the speed, so...
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When igniting my engine, it's followed by a Grinching noise along within the engine startup point? What could this issue be?
Hi there. If your car is making a grinding noise when you turn the key and start the motor, there are typically two causes. The first and most common is that the starter gears are either not properly aligned, wearing...
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Getting knocking sound when engine is idling from the floor front and side of the engine
Hello, thank you for writing in. The knocking is going to sound worse at idle because the number of combustion cycles happening is less than when you are accelerating or maintaining a higher RPM. With that being said, engine knock...
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Cutting out
Hello, thank you for writing in. The fuel pump module is located inside of the tank. It is an all inclusive module housing the pump, level sensor, and electronics. You will either have an access door for it above the...
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Overheating only sometimes when idling new radiator water pump thermostat and cooling sensor
It is possible that your radiator fan could be malfunctioning. This part was not mentioned to have been replaced. If the radiator fan is not working the vehicle will get hot at low speeds but maintain normal temperature during higher...
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What is happening when oil is leaking heavy in drive as soon as it cranks but engine has plenty of oil in it
When oil is leaking from the engine, it's typically caused by a damaged oil seal, gasket or an oil fitting that is cracked or loose. However, since the oil pressure light is on, it could be an oil line has...
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How do I check the transmission fluid on my 2004 Lincoln Aviator?
Hi there. For some reason, Ford and other manufacturers have developed an unbelievably complex process for checking transmission fluid. You are correct in the fact that there is no longer a "dip stick". To check transmission fluid, it's pretty much...
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My 2004 lincoln aviator reduced engine power light comes on
Hello, thank you for writing in. The vehicle needs to be scanned for diagnostic troubleshooting codes. When you have any type of warning light, this should be your first step. It will let you know what issues the computer has...
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Is there a voluntary service recall on the 2004 Lincoln Aviator for engine codes p0308/p0316
Hi there. The best way to find voluntary recall information for your vehicle is to click this link and search based on the state you live. The P0308 trouble code means that the powertrain control module (PCM) has detected an...
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Won't start
This sounds like you may have an issue with the starter. When you turn the ignition to Start, battery power goes to the starter solenoid. From there, power is routed to the starter drive. The starter drive extends to make...
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Is it a huge pain to change the timing chain the same time you replace a leaking water pump on Lincoln aviator 2003?
Hi there. Although the parts themselves are very close to each other, they require completely different services, tools and parts to successfully complete both jobs. At some shops, they will offer "labor discounts" for completing both jobs at the same...
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Can a shocks or struts that fits the 2003 Lincoln Navigator also fits the 2003 Lincoln Aviator?
Hello - no, the Navigator is built on the very large SUV platform build by Ford (Expedition), whereas the Aviator is built on the Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer platform. If you are having problems with finding shocks and struts for your...
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ABS fault codes 1095-1165-1175
Hi there. The code P1095 states that the fuel rail pressure is low. Check the fuel pressure regulator and see if its plugged up. You may have to remove it and clean it out. The code P1165 states that the...
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My all wheel drive light keep going on and off. My abs light stays on.
There could be a wheel speed sensor that could have failed and is not functioning properly that is causing the ABS and AWD lights to come on. The AWD light will come on in the event that the transmission is...
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Transmission
Hi there. Typically when you have an extended warranty protection program, you need to follow their guidelines on completing warranty diagnosis and repair. I would highly recommend contacting the warranty company to ask them specifically what you need to do...
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Can the oil pan on 2004 Licolon avataor AWD with a 4.6L dohc be removed without pulling the engine?
In order to remove the oil pan on this vehicle you do not need to remove the engine from the vehicle. You do need to remove front sway bar and the front timing chain cover.
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I have a 2004 lincoln aviator and it has a park assist mode on it and i need to know how to deactivate it permanently because it k
You should be able to go into the settings and set it to disable. If you cannot find the settings menu then look in the owners manual to follow the deactivate settings.
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2003 Lincoln aviator dies when I let go gas, EGR BRAND NEW, FUEL PUMP WORKING, NEW MAF, car dies and have to be jumped Everytime
Stalling when engine speed returns to idle could be due to a faulty mass airflow sensor, faulty camshaft or crankshaft position sensors, worn spark plugs, wires or defective ignition coil(s), inadequate fuel delivery or pressure (clogged fuel filter, injectors, faulty...

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