Question about 2004 Lincoln LS
Well, that makes no sense about the compression. Check for a disconnected sensor. Usually when something like this happens either a sensor that was disconnected from the harness was forgotten on re-assembly or it was accidentally disconnected by an elbow when the hose was being changed. If the radiator hose was the only thing serviced and nothing was wrong before the service I would bet that something got disconnected. Look all around for a loose or disconnected electrical connector.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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