20 Most Recent 2001 Lincoln Navigator Questions & Answers

It may possibly fit between the 2 BUT the distance of travel and position of the float would be different places between the 2 tanks, being of different volume that is. Your best off getting the proper unit for your needs, they're not that expensive from and auto parts counter.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 03, 2019

What do you mean by auxiliary port? Power? Internal? External?

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019

You should be able to pick up one from an auto parts store and they're not that expensive (under $100). You'll need to remove the glovebox (not a major problem) to give yourself access. You may also have to use some extensions and flex adapters to get to the nuts. I replaced my '98 Navigator's and it took under an hour, takign my time. I used my Haynes manual + watched a YouTube video.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019

Ford used an emergency fuel shut off switch on some models. It would shut off fuel pump in a accident , some times they would shut off by going over a bump in the road. It may be located at the very rear of trunk area, tail gate area (recessed into the trunk/tailgate) Its just a button to push to reset.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

Not sure thats how airbags are maintained, they are filled will powder which is activated by a small explosive upon impact, it is very dangerouds to attempt to work on any air bag with out the correct equipment

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

If you can absolutely verify that there are no loose components in the front end I would start looking at the tire for belt separation. This can be detected by rubbing your hand gently over the tread area. Feel for bumps,bulges, and irregularities. It should be fairly obvious.

You can also try putting the tire on a different location and see if the symptom moves to the new location.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 18, 2018

That is not a question you ask on the internet,
& no one has any diagrams, unless they own the
same vehicle & have purchased factory manuals

You ask a dealer by giving the parts dept your

If your converting from air to conventional suspension,
then you ask the parts suppliers that sell the new parts
your going to use to replace the air shocks/struts

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017

could just be a seal on the air line itself, or possibly a whole in the line or one of th eleveling air bags. gong thru the water should'nt have any effect on it,unfortunately these are just like any other part, or seal they just eventually wear out.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017

These Lincoln air suspensions are terrible. I have converted many over to coil springs at a fraction of the cost of replacing/repairing the bags. If the rear bags don't inflate, there is a broken air line to the bags or the bags are leaking

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017

If the "Overdrive Off" indicator is illuminated, this will prevent the torque converter from locking and engaging overdrive. This can be useful when traveling through hilly regions or when heavily loaded to keep the transmission from continuously hunting for the correct gear. When the light is off, the transmission will operate normally, including locking the torque converter and engaging OD. You should normally drive with the light off. If the light is flashing, that's an indication of a transmission diagnostic trouble code being present.


2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 04, 2017

Did you check for B+ voltage at the heavier gage wire on the back of the alternator ? When yor turn the key to run , not start , does the charge indicator light ? When the vehicle is running is that charge light lit or off ? There is a fuse that supplies B+ voltage to it . Fuse # 30 located in the central junction box , it's a 30 amp fuse ! Plus one more fuse located in the battery junction block # 11 20amp . With out B+ voltage at these connections on the alternator it will not charge .

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 11, 2017

Four sound systems were used in your 2001 Navigator. My guess is that it has the premium sound radio in which case 10A FUSE 31 in the central junction box may have opened and there is no power to the rear integrated control panel.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 26, 2017

Anything is possible, but you will need special equipment to bypass the immobilizer. In most cases it is cheaper to get a replacement key or entire ignition switch with new key, than it is to try to work around it.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 09, 2016

Get a compression test done. Sounds like compression is getting into the cooling system.

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 26, 2016

electric window and door are not working sunroof to is it just a fuse any help would be much appreciated

2001 Lincoln... | Answered on May 04, 2016

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