Question about 2004 Lincoln Aviator
Once scanned and the codes suggest missfiring, Check your ignition coils. There are one unit atop the each sparkplug, and it is recommended to replace all upon performing a tune-up (costly). Purchase them on ebay and save $$!!Ford/Lincoln/Murcury vehicles with DIS and COPs (coil over plugs) systems are known for these coils to fail around 70-100k miles, typical early symtoms are random sputtering/missfire around 40-60mph with foot slightly on accellerator. If this is the problem, it will progress to stalling, severe missfire, very poor MPGs, rough idle!!Hopefully this helps
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
You need to check the engine light im sure you need at less 1 ignition coil
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
One of the first things did was replace the plugs and coils for the misfires, correction some one else did the work. my new mechanic looked at both plugs and assures me that they are working properly. Are their any wires I should be looking at for stays, cracks that may create this problem.
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