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2004 Lincoln Aviator struggles to accelerate after 3000 rpms. No power going uphill; can't get over 40 mph uphill. Had the Bank 1 portion of the Catalytic converter replaced a month ago.

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I have an 03 and around 30,000 miles the same thing happened to me . I took it to the dealer and the replaces the idler pully wich is what was making the noise .hope this helps you

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Lincolns have a 5year/50,000 mile warranty. If your is a late 2004 it may be under warranty.

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Yes you should be able to do it yourself. Just go to your local parts store and give them the necessary info for your vehicle. They should have the bulb you need in stock, but if not they can order it and usually have it the next day. If you ask them nicely they might even install the bulb for you. Sometimes the access hole to the side of your radiator might be a tight fit.

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you have a bad transmission and maybe the sensor is out for it to

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of all the possible causes i would think you have a missfire, probaby plugs, and you can wait a week

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