Question about 1998 Lincoln Navigator
It sounds as though the TPS Sensor has some
effect on the issue
Iam not suggesting you install ANY parts
I would test the Throttle Position Sensor
I'am not sure a volt meter will pick up a problem
and you won't have a scope, which is what I use.
You may have a Pedal Actuator with switches,
on the gas pedal mount,I don't know. The newer
Navigators & other Fords are drive by wire.
The sputtering tells me you need to be more
aware of other issues as well
Spark Plug - mileage
Evap System- Leaks
Dirty MAF Sensor
You may just need to work on it
more than just drive it, until you have these
Trying to be kind here,but
most people just drive till they quit
Posted on May 26, 2011
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