Question about Lincoln Navigator
Posted by Anonymous on
Your transmission range sensor/switch isn't working.
The starting system depends on this so it will not start in gear.
This switch is mounted to the left side of the transmission on the gear select shaft.
They are relatively easy to replace for a technician and is best done on a hoist.
It is also possible that the connection is loose or corroded.
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