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My check engine and check fuel cap light keep coming on after i changed the gas cap twice and reset the light it came back on what could this be. I drive a 06 lincoln navigator

Check engine and check gas cap light keep coming on after I changed the gas cap and reset the check engine light its on again

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You need to diagnose any codes you get
& smoke test the evap system, to find a
problem

Seldom does throwing on parts with a name similar
to a code work

Codes have nothing to do with installing parts

Clearing codes, clears all data needed to diagnose
the failed system & the evap system only runs every few
days,so you done as far as codes helping

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This is caused by a misfire, if you have the compuetr scanned there will be codes that will point you to the problem, there are many auto part stores that will scan it at no charge, this are famous for bad coils, you may have a bad coil or two, this truck has a coil for each cylinder, when they scan it it will say for example code # is po301 cylinder 1 misfire detected. then you would know that # 1 is the misfiring cylinder, and the most common problem would be the # 1 coil,hope this helps.

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The light means pretty much what it says. This light is a warning to let you know that your Engine Management System is malfunctioning. The onboard computer will need to be scanned to find out which of the many systems monitored by your computer is malfunctioning.

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