Question about 2004 Lincoln LS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Lincoln LS A/C Valve
In order to charge, you must locate the low pressure valve to install the refrigerant. The low pressure valve is between the compressor and the evaporator. Do not charge on the High Pressure side, The high pressure valve is between the compressor and the condenser. To locate the low pressure valve, follow the line that comes from the compressor and routes toward the firewall. The valve will be somewhere on that line. Do not overcharge. The amount of pressure that is needed on the low pressure side will depend on the ambient outside temperature.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
hi your problemis your throttle actuator control position sensor its a small piece that goes in the front of the engine cost about 120usd
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
SOURCE: DTC Codes
the computer picked up a mis fire on #1 cylinder,if the car is not missing it should correct its self and clear the code
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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PO-430 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 2)
PO-0301 Should be a misfire on COP Coil #1
PO-316 Misfire Occured in the First 1000 Engine Revolutions
P-2195 Lack of HO2-11 Switch/Lean
P2197 Lack of HO2-21
I have the same vehicle,only a V8
What you have is a very common ford problem. The Ignition Coil on Cylinder #1 is Bad. You can buy it at the local auto part store and change yourself. About $59.00. You remove the coil cover on top of the valve covers,then the coil. I did one in Feb and believe all you need is a 7mm wrench and 7mm socket. #1 should be at the front of engine/pass side.
The other codes are related and you can see if any are there,after you do the coil replacement. If so give them to me.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
In the grey folder with your owners manual,is a white card with the factory code,for the keyless entry keypad. It also, tells you, how to put in your own code
Posted on May 16, 2010
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