Question about 2008 Lincoln MKX
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Last week, being very cold
You should avoid a dealer and go to a local shop
to save money
You have to take in ,as you put it,anytime you get
any MIL Lamp or check lamp on the dash
Expect to have at least one a year
Your not servicing,your diagnosing trouble codes,
related to emission issues.
It could be a bad gas cap,but you don't throw
parts at it,you test first
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
The two screws hold the rear of the tail light in place. The front of the tail light is held in place by two pins that fit inside two sleeves. After removing the screws, gently rock the lens and pull straight back toward the rear of the car. The pins will slip out of the sleeves and you have access to the bulbs.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
Cylinder Misfires or a Rich Fuel mix,
that is overheating the Exhaust Converter
& giving you the smell
You have to correct the fuel trim or ruin the
Need professional test equipment & take that
on a road test
A repair shop can do that
Don't need a dealer,nothing special
Posted on Mar 12, 2013
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