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Loss of power in 99 LInc Navigator

99 gator that is sluggish off the line. no check lights. If i punch the gas, studders then gets up and go. the odometer comes on and off. should take to dealer or family owned nearby shop? how much of tax refund will be gone? about 130k miles

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  • rehires Feb 27, 2009

    Had the triple step fuel injection cleaning service (at Goodyear just to have done quickly) and MANY other recommended things done. So far so good, truck is riding better. odometer seems to be something w/ instrument cluster rather anywhere else. price for cleaning 115 bucks.
    I think this was something WE could have done if we had time. i'll keep u updated.


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My 1999 navigator started right away then I turned it off. When I tried to start it 15 minutes later, I just here one click and the engine doesn't turn. I checked the battery and it had 12.35 volts. What possible problems can it be?

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  • michael_poet Apr 07, 2009

    My 1999 navigator started right away then I turned it off. When I tried
    to start it 15 minutes later, I just here one click and the engine
    doesn't turn. I checked the battery and it had 12.35 volts. What
    possible problems can it be?


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