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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Page 106 from the owner's manual. It says (if equipped), it's in the MESSAGE CENTER. Press the INFO button (you should see 3 buttons INFO, SETUP, RESET, pressing INFO will toggle the odometer display between a number of things like odometer, distance to empty, outside temperature, etc.
Good luck, if you still need help don't hesitate to stop by your local dealer and have them show you.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: lincoln navigation dvd
On my '06 Navigator the navigation dvd goes in a slot on the console to the left of the passenger's feet. There's a removable panel.
On a side note... does anyone have a newer dvd for Canada? The one that came with my vehicle is compile for the Quebec (*gasp*) market and is outdated.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
You are under warranty. Use the Customer Service Phone# and question why this is not fixed.
It sounds like it can be alternator or body grounded antenna problem. You should also check and see if the problem starts with the heater coming on.
The heater would start after the car heats up(10 minutes) or the Alternator would have finished charging and switched into idle mode( about 10 minutes).
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
does it work only one side or does not work at all? if neither side work then first try to check the fuse.
check the emergency lights to see if they are working, if not then check the flasher under the dash.
if the flasher work then it could be your multi-function switch.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
The pcv valve is on the drivers side valve cover.The only way to service the pcv valve is by replacing the valve cover.It is part of the valve cover.You can call your local part store and find out if it is available.If not you will have to call the dealership and see if they have them in stock or it has to be ordered.Let me know what you find out.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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