Question about 1998 Lincoln Navigator
As long as the sand was caught in the filter, and u replaced the filter..it shouldn't. it could be something as small as a collapsed or dry-rotted vaccuum hose, or as big as a bad head gasket. I would run down all of my vaccuum lines and check them first, and if they all are ok, i would take it in and have a compression test done.
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