Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Yes, that could cause a problem, All the sensors in your car inform your computer what it needs to do. Without that sensor working, it throws everything off in the computer on how to run the car. Replace the sensor and you should be good. Also make sure you didnt accidently pull any vacuum hoses loose. Just look for about a 3/8" hose and make shure they are all connected to something.
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