Question about 1999 Lincoln Navigator
Went to go start my car it wouldnt start its been starting up fine all day when i put the key in the ignition everything comes on and when i turn it it all goes off but it doesnt even make the noise like its even trying to start I have the same problem. I can drive my 2000 Lincoln Navigator all day then suddenly I get back in to start and it wont. The needles on the gages move and lights on dash come on but no engine noise and won't start. I was taking battery teminal off of one terminal and waiting for ten minutes and replacing and it would start but now that is not even working. If I let sit for thirty minutes or so it will start again. Gets to be very annoying and irritating. I have also noticed that the climate controls on the dash of my car are very very hot, like over heating. Have you noticed this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it starts, even after turning motor off (immediately) while the engine and ambient temperature are quite warm, it could be the starter relay (which is inexpensive), a starter- not inexpensive- a neutral-safety-switch, or an host of other electronic problems that Navigators/Expeditions are notorious for tormenting their owners.
The relay is what I finally was able to have fixed- and it was only $56 to have an independent shop do it.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
You can not boost a battery, that has failed,
due to a couple of bad cells
The alternator plays no roll in boosting
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
SOURCE: What should gage read when
In general, 30 on the low side and 240 on the high. Different systems with different port locations add to the variables. Ambient temp does as well.
Plus it is not an exact science. Manufacture technical data sheets will change the pressure from time to time due to on going testing.
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
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