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I am not sure what you are wanting. Nitrous oxide is not standard on a Lincoln. If it's there, it was added after market. The iso code deals with the communication protocol used by DaimlerChrysler, Honda, and Toyota. ...

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago

What you may wish to do first is to have your alternator tested to insure it's actually charging your battery. If it tests good, then it's time to start looking at a possible bare wire or dead short in wiring.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

Random misfire ? When - under load - idle ? Injector going bad . Have a voltmeter ? resistance test the injector .

2008 Lincoln Mkz | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Lift the back seat underneath you'll find the seat belt attachments that hold the back of the seat to the frame that separates the trunk from the inside loosen the star point there are also called Torx I believe it's a t 55 not 100% sure of the exact location but there is an emergency release handle is usually yellow and it will be in there in case someone ever lock somebody in the trunk you just have to loosen the back seat remove maybe some insulation rig a hook with a golf club or something or hook on the end of a coat hanger and pull it it also may be possible to remove a speaker at someone's put some above deck speakers on the back dash

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 15, 2019

PRNDL ERROR NO PARK ASSIST ITS A RELAY burn check your relays before you take it to the mechanic

2003 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

Is the Air bag light lit on the instrument cluster ? Bad clock spring inside top of the steering column .

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

sounds like it needs a new clockspring assy

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

I suppose you are asking about suspension air bag compressor. Possible pinched lines or a leak and compressor timed out even though it did not get to pressure .

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

Not sure thats how airbags are maintained, they are filled will powder which is activated by a small explosive upon impact, it is very dangerouds to attempt to work on any air bag with out the correct equipment

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

Rear of engine starting at the left 1.....2......3
Front of engine starting at the left 4.....5......6
Firing order on a 3.5 is 1-4-2-5-3-6

2007 Lincoln MKX... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

Cgo to ford owners and register for free then download the manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams and fuse values are in there and then you can save it on your phone or computer and print it out

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019

try this

Method 1 of 3: Check your key and cylinder

Step 1: Check your key fob battery. A car's anti-theft system may activate if your key fob battery is dead and hasn't disabled the system.
Make sure the battery is installed correctly in your key fob. If the battery is correctly installed, replace it with a fresh battery and try again.
Step 2: Check your door lock cylinder. If your car has been damaged in an attempt to steal it or break into it, the anti-theft system may have been engaged.
Check for damage to the lock cylinder itself or under the door handle where would-be thieves may have punched through with a screwdriver. If the lock is damaged, try using the passenger side cylinder if your car has one.
  • Note: While the driver's side door lock is damaged, typically the passenger side won't also be.
Step 3: Check that you are using the proper key to start your car. Many cars have a "valet" key or a door key that only performs certain functions such as unlocking the doors.
"Valet" keys are often distinguished by a "V" on the key shaft or a different-colored key head. The key you are using may not have the chip required to start your car.

Method 2 of 3: Turn the ignition on

If the anti-theft system has locked up your engine, you won't be able to start it. You'll have to disable it with these steps.
Step 1: Check for the anti-theft light. It's located on your dash and will have a blue or red light.
Step 2: Turn the ignition to the "on" position. Insert the key into the ignition and turn it to the on position, which activates your accessories but not the engine.
Leave the key in position for about 10 - 15 minutes.
Step 3: Check the anti-theft light again. If it's no longer blinking, turn the key back to the Off position and allow it to set for a minute or two.
This gives the system time to reset or you won't be able to start your car.
Step 4: Start the engine. Attempt to start your engine.
If it still won't start, check to make sure the battery hasn't been drained.
Step 5: Repeat the process. Try the process over again to see if it will work.

Method 3 of 3: Use the key in your car door

Step 1: Insert your key in the lock on the door. Use the driver's side door and the physical key even if your vehicle is equipped with a keyless entry system.
Step 2: Turn the key. Turn the key to unlock your car door, but don't release it.
Hold the key in this position for 20 to 30 seconds. This lets the system know you have the correct key, and it can allow you to bypass the alarm system. Some vehicles recognize the key simply by turning the key back and forth in the door lock key cylinder.
  • Tip: Try turning the key both ways fully to disable the anti-theft system.
Step 3: Try to start the engine. Remove the key and try to start the engine.
Be sure to leave the key cylinder in the unlocked position.
An anti-theft system that prevents your car from running properly is a nuisance, and while you may be thankful for it in the event of a crime, it is now causing you a great deal of inconvenience, which these steps have hopefully helped you resolve. If your car still won't start, you should consult with a professional from YourMechanic to determine if there is another issue that is preventing your car from starting.

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 10, 2019

You have to have it programmed , dealer ! You can't just replace parts an expect it to work . Take it to some one who has a clue .

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 09, 2019

What solenoid pack ? What year is the vehicle ? Does it have spark ? Crankshaft position sensor maybe , PCM won't energize the fuel pump relay if it doesn't see a input voltage from the crank sensor .

Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 09, 2019

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