Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
You need to find out which coils in not getting 12V in the primary.
A VOM or a test light will help you find the coil with no voltage.
You original OBD-II scan code will give you the location of the non-firing cool.
You will need to ran some temporary wires to the coils.
THE KEY IS TO GET POWER TO THE COILS.
The next step is to do a compression test to check for rings and/or cylinder damage.
Do a coolant system compression test to rule out blowing head gasket.
Check oil for coolant cross mix.
If all else fail then try a small spray of starting fluid to see can it turn over.
FIX THE WIRE TO THE COIL,without spark the car is not going anywhere.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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