Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Most likely, you have at least one bad, COP Ignition coil,missing.
Any time you even lightly touch the gas pedal ,you load the engine,that points to egr.
You remove the egr vacuum hoses,plug them and test drive, up a hill.
Problem goes away,change valve. Get that out of the way before working on coils.
Buy CRC MAF Cleaner-- follow instructions,spray Sensor. In ducting after air filter and before thottle body.
I have you have spark plugs that have no more than 50 to 60,000 miles on them or not more than three years use. If not,get them changed.
Make sure air filter is clean and gas filter is no more than 3 years also. It is behind left front inner fender,plastic shield.
Change your trans fluid (Mercon V ) If you go more than a couple years or 30,000 miles--Also Power Steering Fluid--(Mercon) not V
Brake fluid every year or two
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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