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What the name of the wire'er in back of navigation unit or connection

What type connection and where do the go from to WHAT

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To there from here and thats that

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Completely no power when the car is off.


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I have a 2001 Navigator, the A /C blower works some times, and other times I get nothing. Now that the weather is changing, I need the blower to defrost my window I get nothing. Need help, thanks.


Sounds like a loose wire somewhere... quite possibly condensed water has dripped onto a connector or the temperature sensor ( a diode) on the blower housing on Bosch/Valeo models, et al. The sensors can be replaced easy enough, if you see yours is rusty or burnt. Check also, if any accessories have been installed on the same circuit. If so, you will need to move them elsewhere. Typical A/C w/ heater units have a 40 amp fuse. Don't tie any other after market accessories into that circuit. Also check any RELAY that is connected to that circuit. They are not cheap, but much easier to just plug a new one in than tearing into everything to find a problem that you'll never find if it's bad relay. Also check all your GROUNDS and make sure they are clean (rust free). You have probably been told this, intermittent problems are the hardest to diagnose. Good Luck

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What on or off advtrac the lincoln navigator


It is a near useless add-on to the ABS Braking System

It cuts off fuel injectors & thus engine power when you need
control over it,mostly slipping in snow

It on my Lincoln slams on the rear brake & you stuck in snow

If I ever found a way to cut the wires & shut it off I would make
it public knowledge

I have the wiring diagrams & have not yet worked too much on it

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if you had a Doctorate Degree

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2002 aultma 2.5 will not crank when turning the key


Well there are several things you can check if you haven't already. I'm just starting from point a to point b to narrow things down. If you have already done a certain step, just skip and go to the next one. The first thing to check is a fuse in the fuse panel inside the vehicle (see picture's below). I marked the fuse you need to check (#12) The second thing is to see if you are geting power as the key is turned. While you are down at the starter, have someone turn the key as if to try and start the vehicle. While they are doing that, at the grey connector (I think it's grey) check with a test light at the black & white wire. You should have power there when the key is turned to start. If no power there is a relay/fuse panel that is kind of hidden. It's called (by Nissan) the IPDM/ER (intelligent Power Distribution Module/Engine Room).Below are step by step instructions on its location and how to remove it. In the last picture is a diagram of the fuse and relay layout. I have marked the starter relay as well as a fuse you will want to check. After you check the fuse, you can have somebody turn the key as if to start the vehicle. While they are doing that put your finger on the relay to see if you feel it "click" inside. If it doesn't the relay may be bad. If it does find the black and white wire coming from that harness to see if you have continuity from there to the grey connection at the starter (black & white wire) if you do check for a bad ground. If you do not find the break in that wire and repair. The only thing that I am not sure of is in the 2000's at some point the relays in the IPDM/ER were not replacable and the whole thing needed to be replaced. I'm not sure your year vehicle has this issue. I know this seems like a lot but you have to narrow down everything in order to diagnose the problem to solve it. Hope I was able to help and good luck.

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My headlights are not working how can identified which fuse it is on the box?


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Your fuse -- if, in fact, it's blown -- is merely indicative of a bad ground, water in the wiring, etc. In fact, the fuse is connected to the headlight relay that actually closes the circuitry so that you headlight go on.

With that in mind, let's begin.

First Step:

Do a Thorough Visual Inspection
Do a thorough visual and "hands-on" underhood inspection before starting any diagnostic procedure! You can find the cause of many problems by just looking, thereby saving yourself a lot of time.
• Has the vehicle been serviced
recently? Sometimes things get
reconnected in the wrong place, or
not at all.
• Don't take shortcuts. Inspect hoses
and wiring which may be difficult to
see due to location.
• Inspect the air cleaner and
ductwork for defects.
• Check sensors and actuators for
damage.
• Inspect the illumination system wires for:
- Damaged terminals.
- Split or cracked connectors
- Splits, cuts or breaks in the inline fuses, circuit brreaker
wires and insulation.
• Inspect all electrical leads for:
- Correct wiring routing. Refer to vehicle
service manual.
- Pinches and kinks.
- Splits, cuts or breaks.
• Inspect wiring for:
- Contact with sharp edges.
- Contact with hot surfaces, such as
exhaust manifolds.
- Pinched, burned or chafed insulation.
- Proper routing and connections.
• Check electrical connectors for:
- Corrosion on pins.
- Bent or damaged pins.
- Contacts not properly seated in
housing.
- Bad wire crimps to terminals

Step Two:

Instructions on how to find the headlight relay

1. Locate the electronic module that houses the relays. The Navigator has a set of relays that are all connected in a strip module.
2. Search for the module above the accelerator pedal under the dash. The module is directly above the visible diagnostic tool connector. The module is a rectangular black box with a snap lid. It will be easier if you remove the module before trying to remove the relay.
3. Find the metal support that the module mounts onto and slide the module down. Once the module is free of the support, bring it out into the open. When the module is out in the open the lid will be easy to remove.
4. Remove the headlight relay, have it tested, and replace it with the new one if needed. Place the lid back on the module and slide it back up the support arm.
5. Start the Navigator and check all the lights, especially the turn signals and high beams.

I've purposely left your question unanswered because I wanted you to approach the problem in its totality, Now let's check that fuse:

Instructions

Things You'll Need: Fuse puller and a fuse of the same rating

1. Turn the car off before touching the fuses. Locate the fuse box in your Lincoln Navigator, left of your steering wheel and next to your brake pedal.
2. Open the cover of the fuse box and pull out the fuse for the outage you're experiencing. Refer to the back of the fuse box for a list of fuses and their location by number and a corresponding fuse amperage number. For example, your audio fuse is listed as number 1 with an amperage of 25A. The amperage gives insight into the type of fuse you'll need to replace the blown one with.
3. Examine the fuse and make sure it's blown. The wire in the middle of the fuse looks burned if it's blown. Check the other fuses as well, making sure none of them have been burned out either.
4. Replace the blown fuse with one of the same amp rating. Using a higher rated fuse causes the fuse to blow again.
5l Push the fuse into the clips so that it stays in place and close the fuse box. Verify the electrical issue has been resolved.


All the best,

Ben

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We had a new battery put in our 1999 lincoln navigatior and the rear air suspence went down and we can not get it to to fill back up


Replace the entire Air Suspension with
conventional shock/struts such as Strutmasters
or other brands

You do not even diagnose a Navigators Air
Suspension after the vehicle is 5 years old
Dealers can't figure it out

Next time you get the Ford version.
Still issues but nowhere near anything
that is installed on a Navigator

A Navigator is like an Oldsmobile from
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bad engineering & ideas

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I need the location for the navigation system fuse for a 2006 licoln navigator


Before you get too involved in chasing fuses, please read this article: Where's The Fuse?

The navagation module shares a fuse with the Rear Control Unit, The DVD Player (If equipped) The Rear Integrated Control Panel (without DVD) It is fuse #4 (15 Amp) in the Central Junction Box (CJB)at the right kick panel. The Navigation Module also shares fuse #22 (10 Amp) with the Auto Dimming Interior Mirror and the Audio/Navigation Control Unit.

The Audio/Navigation Control Unit is also protected by fuse #31 (20 Amp) and fuse #7 (5 Amp) also in the CJB.

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