Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Could be a fuel pump issue, there was a tsb on fuel pumps going bad, although it was usually a problem with the jet pump. The main fuel pump, in the left side of the tank as I remember would pump it dry, and the jet pump wouldnt pump to the other tank, therefor over heating and possibly popping the fuse for the fuel pumps. You can take the lower part of the back seat out and then gain access through the floor to the tanks. id try to change the fuel filter first. It could also be a regulator or injectors
Posted on May 20, 2011
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