Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
You dont say what is wrong with the engine but as they are simple to work on when out of the car,and you dont have to replace all the bits,just the ones that are worn, invest in a haynes manual and take your time taking out the engine and rebuilding it,if you do it,and it runs sweet when you restart it after, it feels great.....or get an engine from a scrapyard and take a chance it works.you can allways ask an "expert" on this site for how to.....
giving instructions from start to finish for a complete rebuild would take several pages...
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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