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1998 Lincoln Navigator- Check engine light flashes but only when accelerating @ over 50mph & usually only going uphill & feels like the engine is slipping. While on regular streets, the theft light slightly lights up and when it does it feels like the engine is slipping. Can anyone help?

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  • JETTMEKK Oct 12, 2008

    2001 Lincoln Navi, theft light illuminates (flickers) when accelerating and I feel what seems to be a slipping of the transmission usually at normal road speeds and at highway speeds as well. It feels like a bumping and passengers can feel it too.The tranny fluid is in good condition and quantity is right where it should be. If this is a coil pack, how do I find out which one is bad?

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Coil Pack or coil packs are bad there is 1 for each spark plug

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