Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
You need to check the connector or plug on the O2 Sensor- for moisture etc.
Also the heater in the sensor may have just failed.
Make sure the sensor did not come loose,in the exhaust pipe. Mine, on my 2004 did,or was that way from the factory.
Also remove and clean you MAF Sensor,in the intake ducting,between the air filter and throttle body. Use CRC Mass Air Flow Cleaner --No. 05110
If you don't have a scanner,about all you can do is change the sensor. I do not like throwing parts at things. Always test,then replace.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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