Question about 2003 Lincoln Navigator
That looks like Park-Reverse-Neutral-Drive-Low to me so I would guess the problem is your transmission position sensor.
There is a problem with certain Navigators and Explorers made before a specific date where the RELAYS can overheat (these are just big fuses and are located in your fusebox which is located under the glovebox, just remove the panel that is there. It just pulls off so you dont need a screwdriver or anything).
I am assuming this SERVICE MESSAGE sent out by ford is referring to the fusebox itself. and that the fusebox needs to be replaced (click here and go to link to message)
Here is the whole page that I found referring to the problem and solution: LINK'S SOLUTION.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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