Question about 2007 Lincoln MKZ
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may need to check the cowl pack that sits on top of the plugs and check all of your vaccum lines give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
I once owned a trans repair shop-
if your trans fluid was in any way other than
pink,your trans may as well come out
and be rebuilt
You have coil misfires as you know,several shown,
most likely only 1 real bad one.
You have O2 sensor codes as well as MAF
The only issue you have is to find the bad
You can't do that buy the codes you have
You have to walk a new coil till you find the
really bad one or get professional help
Don't count on them getting it right
After the misfire and coil issues are solved
there are other thing that can be looked into
I could fix this for you but that's not an internet
I definitely would stay away from a dealer.
Why was the trans let go until the fluid was
Not to be hurtful -but it is a well known fact
for decades, that trans fluid and power steering
fluids get changed every 30,000 miles on ALL
vehicles and never past 3 years.
Wish I could have been there sooner, before you
got it or since.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
SOURCE: Misfire in cylinder 6. chaned
Plugs get changed at 70,000 miles
I would suggest that you use the OEM
Plugs,they are made by NGK and are special
on my 2004 LS,I don't know about yours.
Clean the MAF Sensor with the CRC Product
Change the 2 front O2 Sensors at 100,000 miles
Check fuel pressure at the fuel rail on engine
The coil you replaced on #6 ,even though you
have a PO306 Code,doesn't mean that was the
bad one. It is a COP Coil or Ford thing, you will
learn as you get involved with them
In some cases, you buy 1 new coil and walk it
from one cylinder to the next.
On single coil codes, you may get lucky,on multiple
codes or a really bad coil you won't
Your not using any fancy test equipment and
unfortunately a lot of repair shops have it and
don't know how to use it,including dealers
V6 or V8 ?
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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