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Installing upper radiator hose on lincoln ls - 2000 Lincoln LS

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Code P0133 on Lincoln Ls V6

that is an oxegen sensor code front sensor bank 1.its on the side of the engine were #1 cylinder is located.probably bad, but it could be disconnected partialy or shorted to ground

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

SOURCE: 2002 LS: aHow do I fill radiator in my V8 Lincoln LS...

First- to drain ,you can reach the drain valve,from the pass side,if you lay on the ground and reach up to the radiator. You do not even have to raise the vehicle up
Second- mix Yellow GO5 Coolant about 50/50 or 60/40. Do not use Green in a Ford or Orange GM
To Fill- Remove the front two plastic screw type buttons,from the engine cover
-Remove the cover
The radiator cap is on the front of engine,on top,it is plastic
Remove cap and that is your fill point
Run engine to warm and get thermostat open,as you would with any vehicle
Top off coolant,replace cap
VERY IMPORTANT-next to the Power Brake Booster,and just under it,is a BLEEDER HOSE;to let air out of system. Turn screw slot ,only a little,DO NOT REMOVE SCREW. When coolant runs out close.
Fill-Degas Bottle,to full line,with coolant.
Check the next couple days on resevoir level ( Degas Bottle)

Posted on May 06, 2010

SOURCE: Code P0133 on Lincoln Ls V6

PO-133 HO2S Sensor Circuit Slow Response

Before you change an O2 Sensor,clean the MAF Sensor,with CRC MAF Cleaner (auto parts store)
Check the air filter cover and all the intake ducting. You can not have any vacuum leaks.
I would bet that the PCV Hose ,you say was replaced ,is not on correctly,and is sucking in air, and maybe leaning out your O2 readings.
I hope that the intake gasket r&r was done correctly also. I wouldn't rule that out as a leak, also.

The COP Ignition Coils,are not an issue. They fail all the time on all fords from 1998 on,that use that type coil.
Brakes are just standard maintainance. Take them apart,twice a year,clean off rust,smooth out rotor ridges and lube pad ends and mounting bracket slippers.
The wheel bearings should not have failed,nor the pcv hose

It would seem to me,someone is pitching you repairs. Two wheel bearings don't fail.
You need to go to a local shop,if this work was done at a dealer.
Stand INSIDE the service bay,next to your vehicle,and have the person actually going to work on your car,SHOW YOU and PROVE TO YOU,that you have a problem next time.

I have a 2004LS,and there are a shopping list of problems. But not the ones you have.

Posted on May 16, 2010

ZJLimited
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SOURCE: placement of heater hoses on

Check this procedure to Removal & Installation

  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  2. Drain the radiator.
  3. For the 3.9L engine: remove the auxiliary coolant pump.
  4. Disconnect the connector located at the end of the coolant valve harness pigtail.
    NOTE The top heater hose has a green identifying mark to match the hose on the dual coolant flow valve. If mark is not visible, identify the hoses for location. This will aid in the correct installation of the hose assemblies.
    NOTE Hose assemblies shown with components removed for clarity.
  5. Disconnect the three quick-disconnect couplings from the coolant control valve hoses.

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    Fig. The location of the three quick-disconnect couplings

  6. Raise the vehicle.
  7. Remove the coolant valve assembly mounting bolt and the nut.
  8. Raise the valve and disconnect the coolant supply and return lines.
  9. Remove the bolts and remove the coolant valve mounting bracket.
To install:
  1. Make sure that the heater hoses are installed in the correct position.
  2. Lubricate the coolant hoses with MERPOLĀ® meeting Ford specification.
  3. Check for correct hose installation by verifying DATC system operation.
  4. Replace the coolant valve mounting bracket.

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    Fig. The torque specifications of the coolant valve mounting bracket

  5. Connect the coolant supply and return lines.
  6. Replace the coolant valve assembly mounting bolt and the nut.

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    Fig. The torque specifications of the coolant valve assembly

  7. Connect the three quick-disconnect couplings to the coolant control valve hoses.
  8. Connect the connector located at the end of the coolant valve harness pigtail.
  9. For the 3.9L engine: replace the auxiliary coolant pump.
  10. Fill the radiator.
continue...

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

jturcotte
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SOURCE: I have a 2000 Lincoln ls v6 I replaced the upper

Hi, you probably have air in the system. Park on an incline, turn the heater on, open the radiator cap, start the engine, and let it run until the thermostat opens. Keep the radiator full and when the level stops gong down your heater should be working again.

Posted on Oct 15, 2011

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I need to reconnect my radiator in my 2000 ls v8


For 2000 Lincoln LS 3.9L SFI DOHC 8cyl...
Radiator - Removal & Installation
  1. Drain the engine cooling system.
  2. Remove the upper radiator sight shield.
  3. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube.
  4. Remove the six bolts and the two radiator upper support brackets.
  5. Remove the upper radiator hose.
  6. Remove the bolt and position the receiver drier aside.
  7. Disconnect the dual flow coolant valve electrical connector and the A/C line from the fan shroud.
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  10. Remove the bracket.
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  12. Disconnect the high pressure cooling fan bracket and line.
  13. Inspect the seal and install a new seal if necessary.
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  15. Separate the return hose from the fan shroud and position aside.
  16. Remove the two bolts and the fan shroud assembly.
  17. Remove the A/C condenser.
  18. Remove the two bolts and position the multi-cooler assembly aside.
  19. Remove the bolts and the condenser support brackets.
  20. Remove the radiator.

To install:
  1. Install the following:

    Radiator Condenser support brackets Multi-cooler assembly A/C condenser Fan shroud assembly
  2. Connect the return hose to the fan shroud
  3. Connect the high pressure cooling fan bracket and line.
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    Replace the bolt and position the electric water pump aside.
  5. 3.0L engines only:
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  6. Replace the following
    The upper radiator sight shield. The air cleaner outlet tube. The six bolts and the two radiator upper support brackets. The upper radiator hose. The bolt and position the receiver drier aside.

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Replace the radiator


Removal and Installation
On all engines
  1. Drain the engine cooling system. For additional information, refer to Cooling System Draining, Filling And Bleeding in this section.
  1. Remove the upper radiator sight shield.
  1. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube. For additional information, refer to Section 303-12 .
  1. Remove the six bolts and the two radiator upper support brackets.
  1. NOTE: 3.9L shown; 3.0L similar.
    Remove the upper radiator hose.
  1. Remove the bolt and position the receiver drier aside.
  1. Disconnect the dual flow coolant valve electrical connector and the A/C line from the fan shroud.
On 3.0L engines
  1. Disconnect the throttle position (TP) sensor and the idle air control (IAC) valve electrical connectors.
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    1. Disconnect the return hose from the cooling fan and shroud and remove the cooling fan and shroud assembly.
    1. Remove the A/C condenser. For additional information, refer to Section 412-03 .
    1. Disconnect the lower radiator hose.
    1. Remove the two bolts and position the multi-cooler assembly aside.
    1. Remove the bolts and the condenser support brackets.
    1. Remove the radiator.

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