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2005 LINCOLN AVIATOR HAS 3 SEC. OF TAPPING NOISE

2005 LINCOLN AVIATOR HAS TAPPING NOISE WHEN THE ENGINE IS WARMED UP AND THEN ALLOWED TO SIT FOR ABOUT AN HOUR.ON RESTARTING TAPPING NOISE LAST FEW SEC. ON COLD ENGINE THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN!!!

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Hows your oil level?when was the last time you had the oil change ?

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2004 Lincoln Aviator making a loud noise when you put it in reverse


Please check your transmission fluid...engine must be running and tranny warm...add a bottle of Lucas Oil Transmission stabilizer fluid...you don't need to drain anything...this cleans and seals your fluid...hope this helps...

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Engine knocking


If this has an emblem showing DOHC then the problem is likely a Cam Phaser. You can look up info on the Web by browsing 2005 Lincoln Aviator Cam Phasers. The Ford engines also use this design.

The problem is that the Phaser automatically sets timing. Your engine is probably over advanced and each side can have different timing settings. Sometimes they sound like diesel engines.

When you read more about these engines you can at least be informed and ask a few questions at repair shops.

Now you might want to have the fuel checked out. Cheap gas will make knocking sounds. There are a few products like 104 Octane boost which may help. But if someone used E85, drain the tank. The fuel is too corrosive for your car.

Mar 24, 2014 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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Codes too lean, stalls when warm. replaced o2,MAF,filter, plugs and coils


Check for air leaks with a water spray from an old spray bottle. Run the engine and spray around gasket seams and Vacuum lines.

Lean code means too much air, not too little fuel. Engine is dumping fuel to get correct fuel ratio.

Mar 22, 2014 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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TAPPING IN LEFT REA QUARTER PANEL


check that it is not the fuel pump operation as it will give this noise if it is operation with some pressure in the lines.. The other source of this noise is from an automatic aerial that has a broken raising gear/ cable

Feb 10, 2014 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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My 2005 Lincoln Aviator is making a strange sound while accelerating through lower gears.


yeah , the fluid needs to be checked, the dealer needs to pull the plug and check the levels and fill it accordingly, it my need to have a fluid change also. it sounds like a shift solenoid, but i would have the fluid checked out first.

Apr 05, 2013 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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Had the oil changed in 2005 Lincoln Aviator. Now oil leaking from around the filter, which is tight. Problem??


yes it is.. take it back and make them give you a new filter and watch them do this...check the area ON THE ENGINE WHERE THE FILTER SEATS and wipe it clean..then on the new filter..it it sits upright on the engine..make them fill it up before they put it on, and PUT OIL ON THE GASKET OF THE FILTER..then hand tighten to 1/4 turn after contact..then 1/2 turn with the wrench..some new filters are made en-mass and arent checked for certain deficiencies after manufacturing..I have seen several new ones have pinholes in the filter even tho its new..make them give you a new one free..

Jan 30, 2013 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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What gear oil is recommended for 2005 lincoln aviator


I used SFR (Superior Friction Reduction) with 80w90 gear oil in a Ford differential and experienced an increase in MPG. Mine never made noise but I am in favor of the friction conditioning fluid with the gear oil. I ran that car for 270k miles and the rear axle was as quiet as new.

Jul 18, 2012 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator Luxury

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I have a 2005 Lincoln aviator that was making a loud whining noise so I took it to the ford dealership and they told me I needed a new idler pulley and belt and that it would be $350 to fix it. I want to...


yes, but if you look under your hood, you should be able to narrow down where the noise is coming from in that large engine compartment. also think about replacing the belt tensioner as well since you are replacing the belt with the idler pulley. its good preventative maintenance!

May 12, 2011 | 2005 Lincoln Aviator

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I have a 2005 ram1500 slt.when i start it after it


Often when I see this problem it's due to a loss of oil between the main and rod bearings while the motor is off. When the motor is restarted it takes a second or so for oil pressure to build back up and provide the cushion between the bearings and the crankshaft, thus the hard rattle type noise that occurs. A few things can cause this: low or dirty oil, an oil filter that is allowing oil to drain back out of it when the engine is off, or worn rod and and main bearings. The tapping noise you hear may be the hydraulic valve lifters that are also partially empty of oil. These often can take up to a minute or more to fully refill and become quiet again. If it's been more than 3,000 miles since your last oil change I would start there as it's the easiest and cheapest thing to eliminate first. Use a top quality oil and filter for best results as it's the most vital and least expensive maintenance procedure you can do to prolong engine life.

Jun 09, 2010 | 2005 Dodge Ram 1500

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