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How to remove brake signal on 99 Lincoln navigator

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Open the rear hatch and you will see two phillips head screws. Remove the screws on the inside of the lens. Pull lens out and replace the bulb.

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SOURCE: HOW TO REMOVE A HEATER CORE IN A 2003 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR

U must remove the entire dash assembly and then the heater core housing which is part of the air distribution box, time to do the job 10-15 hours.

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SOURCE: Lincoln navigator parking brake

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 lincoln

check the fuse

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SOURCE: Turn signals on 2003 lincoln Navigator Not working

does it work only one side or does not work at all? if neither side work then first try to check the fuse.
check the emergency lights to see if they are working, if not then check the flasher under the dash.
if the flasher work then it could be your multi-function switch.

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i know this worked with my 99 navigator 32 valve used a viper car starter.

Lincoln

Navigator

1997-2003

Remote Starter Wiring Colors and Notes

Function
Vehicle Color
Location

Start:
RED/LT. BLUE
IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS **

Ignition #1:
D BLUE/GREEN
IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Ignition #2:
GRAY/YELLOW
IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Ignition #3:
RED/BLACK
IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS***

Accessory:
BLACK/LT. GREEN
IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Brake Light:
L GREEN (+)
AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL

Tach Signal:
WHITE/PINK
AT POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE *

Parking Lights:
BROWN (+)
AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH

Headlights:
RED/YELLOW (+)
AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH

OEM Alarm Disarm:
D GREEN/PURPLE (-)
DRIVER KICK PANEL

OEM Alarm Arm:
N/A


Diesel Glow Plug:



Clutch Bypass Wire:



Notes:
* Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Located On Passenger Side Of Engine Compartment On Passenger Wheelwell. This Wire Can Also Be Found At the Firewall Harness On the Driver's Side of Vehicle. ** This Vehicle Is Equipped With Ford's PATS Anti-Theft System. Use Universal Alarm Bypass Module part # 2x402 where X can be any number. *** Must power ign3 using a relay. Tap relay coil to ign3 connection of remote start along with bypass module. No diode isolation is required.

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