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Understanding the Lincoln Intelligent Oil Life Monitor and Service Indicator Lights
Car symbols, or dashboard lights, are a car service reminder. The Lincoln Intelligent Oil Life Monitor indicates when and what service your car needs.
Lincoln Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Car Program
Lincoln certified pre-owned cars are under 7 years old, have less than 60,000 miles, and come with a 6 year or 100,000 miles comprehensive warranty.
How to Get Lincoln Dealership Certified
Lincoln dealerships offer automotive technician jobs to those who are Lincoln certified through UTI’s Ford Accelerated Credential Training program.
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2011 Lincoln Town Car
2011 marked the final year for Lincoln’s aging Town Car. It offered an immense amount of space in the front and the rear, as well as the iconic style for which the...
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Lincoln MKT
This roomy wagon definitely has a different look – its bold and somewhat retro lines, draw attention in a way Lincoln hasn’t experienced since perhaps the ’78 Town Car. While the MKT may...
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Lincoln Navigator
The Lincoln Navigator was the flagship luxury SUV which laid the roadmap for its followers such as the Cadillac Escalade and the Lexus LX. Lincoln truly adhered to a philosophy of “go big...
A Buyer's Guide to the 2012 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
When it comes to performance, there’s no argument: the 2012 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is the leader in its class. Fortunately, it brings a number of other amazing features to the table too....
A Buyer's Guide to the 2012 Lincoln MKX
As far as midsize SUVs go, the 2012 Lincoln MKX is one of your best options out there. Considering its price, Lincoln packed this vehicle with a ton of power and luxury. Although...
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Lincoln MKS
The 2012 Lincoln MKS offers a roomy interior with high-end features that deliver a luxury driving experience. Available with two different V6 engines, both of which offer power, and a cabin that deadens outside sound,...

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I bought a used 2001 Lincoln LS that needs it's motor replaced. Is there a junkyard I can buy it from and have it put in by you?
The existing motor can be rebuilt. Used motors are available, too, for example from services such as Car-Part.com. However, used (junkyard) motors carry a risk. If you rebuild what you have, or buy an off the shelf rebuilt motor, at...
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Can my 1999 town car use 89 octane even though it says 91
If your vehicle says premium fuel only on the gas gauge then you should use only the premium fuel. In a pinch you can run the 89 octane fuel and try not to do any heavy acceleration to avoid engine...
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Smoking out of exhaust and smell of oil for lincoln mks
Some smoke at start up can be normal, particularly white smoke from condensation. However, continuous smoking after the first few minutes signifies a problem with the engine that you should seek to have identified in an engine smoking diagnostic. If...
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Major transmission fluid leak
You most likely dislodged the transmission fill tube from the transmission. You may need to remove the dip stick tube and replace the tube seal.
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Water pushing out reservior tank.
This is possibly due to the lack of control of the coolant flow as a result of the thermostat not being in the motor. The thermostat regulates the flow of the coolant in your car's engine and controls when the...
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My volume won't increase on my Lincoln 2009 mks
Volume control on radios does fail. Often the component at issue is a board mounted potentiometer. The fault first needs to be confirmed. If confirmed either the radio will have to be removed and repaired at a shop or a...
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Do I Need to reset the timing when the Serpentine belt breaks?
Loosing the serpentine belt should not affect the engine timing. But it sounds like you have some other problem. The first thing that comes to mind is that the harmonic balancer may be coming apart. The harmonic balancer is a...
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My air conditioner in the car wont turn off unless I turn the engine off and cant make the controls work either
This is an electrical problem. Typically, the HVAC blower motor speed is controlled by a "resistor block", although some newer systems use a more complex circuit board to vary system voltage which in turn allows you to vary blower speed....
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2001 Lincoln town car signature died when shifted into drive. Rides fine does not due while driving only when slowed to a stop or
The problem sounds like it is due to the transmission torque converter locked up causing the engine to be locked to transmission input shaft. This may due to the torque converter is seized or the overdrive solenoid is stuck open....
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My 2006 Lincoln LS v8 clutch will not engage nor my coolant fans when I turn it on.. I have replaced the old compressor with a new
If you have installed a new dryer and evacuated the system down to about 500 microns (and it holds at that level with no leaks) and admitting the charge does not cause the compressor to run, there might be an...
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2002 Lincoln Executive has a weird vibration in the rear end.
Have you evaluated the wheels and tires? If a tire has excessive radial force variation, even that can cause vibration. That would have to be checked on a road force type balancer. Chassis ears (remote wireless microphones tied to a...
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Need idler arm bolts for 2002 lincoln navigator. Ford discontinued part. How can I find them and have them installed on my truck?
Hi Malina. Thanks for contacting us today. I've forwarded your question to our sales and service department, so they can let you know if we have a service available to help you with your problem. They should be contacting you...
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O/d light blinking car wont accelerate
Hi Valerie. Thanks for contacting us tonight. When you have electrical fuses that continually blow, it means you have an electrical short or an open electrical relay that is the root issue. The best way to determine where the fault...
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Got a problem with the tail lights on 99 Lincoln town car
It sounds like you may have one of the filaments burnt in the brake light bulb. The brake light bulb has two separate filaments that receive power separately depending on the function. One is for the brake lights when the...
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Sealed Cowell on both sides water is coming in left top corner under rubber cover under rug and padding no drains are clogged
I would recommend explaining this symptom to a qualified professional who does windshield replacement. They may have some ideas as to how to seal this up without replacing the entire windshield. Unfortunately if this is not the case replacing the...
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I have a clunking noise in my driver side front end when going over bumps or turning.
What you are describing sounds like a failing CV joint. A CV (Constant Velocity) joint is a shaft that connects the transmission to the wheels, essentially transferring the power from the drive train directly to the wheels. The CV joint...
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is there a spout connector on a 85 lincoln town car and if so where's the location
The spout connector is within about 6 inches from the electrical connection of the TFI module on the distributor. Pull out plug to set base timing.
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Noice with new rotors/pads
The noise may be due to interaction between the pads and the rotor "design" that sets up a harmonic at particular speeds. OEM pads and rotors are already designed, tested and approved as matched materials in order to avoid the...
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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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