Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
If the is misfiring then the check engine light will blink and a code will be set for the fault, so if you have no light you do not have a misfire it has to be something else going on, have you had the fault codes read yet? Do that, any Autozone will read them for free, just ask for a OBD2 fault code test.
Posted on Dec 05, 2016
Normally check engine lights only come on for major engine or transmission problems
a bit of a miss here and there will record a fault without putting the light on so have the codes read
Posted on Dec 05, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You shouldn't hear the fan too much while in the car. It won't start to run until certain conditions are meet. Try leaving the A/C Off or put it on Auto and hit the A/C buttom off. I don't know how hot, the ambient air temp is, where you are.
Your not talking HAVC Blower inside are you?
I have a 2004 V8 and the radiator fan is quiet
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
You can guess what the problem is and start replacing parts and hope that solves your problem but that is not a sound way to resolve the issue.
If the CE light is on, the car will be throwing up fault codes as you know. So take it to a competent mechanic with a decent scan tool and have it scanned for fault codes. (There are scan tools and then there are scan tools and not all of them will read all the codes present.) Once the fault codes are read a proper diagnosis can be done.
Just beware of those that tell you ABC code = ZZZ part has to be replaced automatically to solve the problem. That may be the case in some instances but it is not a diagnosis but a guess. That is pretty much what you will get from autozone and many others in the business though.
Posted on Dec 08, 2015
I have no experience of your model but the fuel pressure regulator is generally fitted to the fuel rail or in some cases close to the rail. Later cars tend to have the pressure regulator integrated into the fuel rail.
The valve regulates the fuel working pressure and sends surplus fuel into the fuel return line. This helps to cool the injectors and reduce vapour locks. Mostly the regulator also increases the working pressure during acceleration in order to richen the air/fuel mixture and it does this by monitoring the intake manifold depression via a vacuum line.
Posted on Jan 11, 2016
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