Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
What I am going to suggest is going to seem unrelated but I will give you the reason to try it.
If you have a separate switch for Traction control, turn it off and see if the problem goes away. The Traction Control is made to kill the engine and automatically apply the rear brakes. The sensors can be blinded by rust and brake debris. At steady freeway speeds you may be drawing the junk away temporarily from the wheel sensors.
Usually the rear emergency brakes will supply a lot of the debris and coat the sensors. Also you can get a free scan for the car at Autozone or Oreillys and sometimes they have the special scanners for the Suspension and Traction Control. Since you also have a problem with the engine I know they can scan for that problem. Good luck and I would be interested to know the outcome of this problem so I can use it to help others.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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