IM SO CONFUSED!!! DOES THE DEALERSHIP KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING??????took lincoln ls to dealership to find out why ''advance traction light, abs light & brake light all on & staying on at the same time. they did the test, reprogrammed it then gave it back to me, all three light came back on within a few minutes, took it back, the dealership did more tests.. dealership told me that after doing the tests & a pin point test, that it was definatley the abs control module..well they replaced the module......now all the lights are off accept the traction control light is still on
, SO YOU'RE TELLING ME I SPENT OVER $1000.00 DOLLARS TO REPLACE THE CONTROL MODULE BECAUSE THATS WHAT THE DEALERSHIP TOLD ME WAS THE PROBLEM FOR SURE... ALL THIS FOR NOTHING, COULD IT REALLY BE THE ''ABS PUMP'' ...i WANT TO KNOW WHY THE DEALERSHIP CANT TELL ME THE TRUTH OR DOES THE DEALERSHIP NOT KNOW WHAT THEY'RE DOING??????? PLEASE GET BACK TO ME, & LET ME KNOW...THANKS
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if im not mistaken that year model will set the 2107 code also if there is a bad coil pack or miss fire. How long has it been on the plugs, last time they were changed? if its been a while I'd start there. The coils can cause what is refered to as RF Frequency interference. But finding out which coil is causing the misfire, can be tricky. The best way is to find someone who can do what the dealership is a power balance good luck.
Haven't been tune-ups in over 30 years
OBD 1&2 Electronics took care of that.
You only have preventative maintainance items such as spark plugs,gas filter,air filter,cabin filter,and flushing all fliuds.
I have a 2004. You can not work on that vehicle or any of todays vehicles without a professional scanner and oscilloscope.
The Traction Control Light is part of the ABS Braking System. Could be a Wheel Speed Sensor, you have four.
Loss of power is a separate issue ,and one you will be living with ,as long as you own an LS. Anything from what seens like a good battery, to bad ignition coils,Egr Valve,Throttle Sensor,Etc
First pull the codes and work on the Traction Light issue,then go to the Drivability Issues.
I wouldn't recommend a Dealer, if your not doing your own work. Go down the street to the nearest repair shop. Go for a ride with the person who will be diagnosing your issues. Only authorize work when they can prove they found a problem. Road test after repairs and before paying. Very,Very Difficult to diagnose LS Problems.
The best thing to do in this case is look around at local junk yards if you want a used motor or u can go to a dealership and order a crate motor for your car. The good thing about not knowing anything about your car is that your vin number will tell them everything they need to know. Its located on the dash, driverside which is on a metal plate u can read thru your windshield. Just take that number into a dealership and ask for a "rebuild crate motor" if thats what your looking for. I did my best to answer ur question i hope thats what you were looking for.
give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local Lincoln dealership in the parts department and they be able to print you off the pictures and diagram you will need wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
I had the same problem... I took it to a Lincoln dealership and they fixed it for free... It was almost a year ago, and there is a mileage limit, but its worth a try. Also, go to someone that knows how to use the computer system... The 1st dealership I went to did not see it.