Question about 1999 Lincoln Navigator
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1999 AWD Lincoln Navigator has a vibration under hard acceleration. It sounds and feels like the back tires are running over the ''wake up'' strips along highways. At first, I thought it was only during shifting, but it is during hard acceleration in 1st thru 3rd gear. It won't do it in overdrive, but that is probably due to limited accelaration ability in this gear. I bought the car used, so I do not know it's history.
There are a couple of parts you can try and if they have not coded on the cars computer, a dealer may be able to look at service bulletins. There is a differential speed sensor and an antilock brake sensor. You can have locking clutch paks and may require a special additive. An old fashion U-joint can vibrate under load.
The good news is with a Vin# the dealer can pull up the entire service history if the car was serviced under warranty or in a Ford dealer anywhere. They just do not want you to know the past owner.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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