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with a scan tool you can retrieve the factory code

Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Aug 19, 2012


What make and model of Lincoln do you have?

Usually the cabin filter vent inlet is located in t he firewall of the car. It is activated when the air-con is set to vent, so you will see a slight opening when you open the vent.

Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Aug 29, 2011


I would tell the dealer what your want to pay and
leave it at that

Don't go back, call once to see if they have any interest
in your offer

I pay cash, so that puts me in a better position

Offer 10% below MFG Sticker Price
They won't accept that ,but hold firm or buy a
used vehicle. 2 years old, less than 30,000 &
not from a dealer.

Once the warrantee is up.never go back
Lincoln can't fix the COP Ignition coils anyway

Odd, as I can for $59.00 for a coil

Do not get a Navigator,if you must get the Ford Version

The most fun is looking ,not the dog & pony part

Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Jun 09, 2011


assuming you mean engine oil. You'll need to know the engine size. With the engine size and vehicle make and model you can obtain this information at the dealership or your local parts store.

Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Jan 04, 2011


hi friend,
Step 1 Inspect the thermostat. Consult your owner's or shop manual for the location of this component, because it is found in different places depending on the make, model, and year of the vehicle. To see if the thermostat is operating correctly, boil some water in a pot on the stove. Then, drop the thermostat in and watch for it to fully open. If it doesn't move, or only opens a tiny bit, it is likely the culprit and should be replaced immediately. A vehicle thermostat usually costs no more than ten dollars, so it is cheap insurance against future failure.
  • Step 2 Inspect the heater hoses. These are the two hoses that are connected to both the water pump and the firewall of the vehicle (toward the passenger compartment). To do this, simply look carefully over the entire surface of both hoses to ensure there are no cracks, bulges, or other deformities that would impede the flow of water. Heater hose is very cheap at the auto parts store, and to replace them only involves measuring for the amount needed, undoing the hose clamps at each end, and securing the new hoses into place using the same clamps. If the clamps look rusted or aged, it is recommended to replace them, as well.
  • Step 3 Check that the fluid level is topped off inside the radiator. Without coolant, the heater inside the vehicle cannot operate correctly, since it gets its heat from the fluid in the cooling system. Thus, if there isn't enough coolant in the radiator and engine, there may not be enough to flow around the entire cooling system, and it may skip the heater core altogether.
  • Step 4 Inspect the heater core. This component is usually found behind the dashboard on the passenger side of the vehicle. Many times, it is extremely hard to get at, and may require special tools to disassemble the dash in order to get to it. Once again, consult your owner's or shop manual for the location and removal process. Once the heater core is out of the vehicle, spray a good stream of water into one end with a garden hose, and see if it comes out the other end with similar force. If it just dribbles out, or you observe leaking from the tubes, the heater core must be repaired or replaced.
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    • Never work on a hot cooling system. Allow the car to cool for 30 minutes to an hour before performing any system checks.
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    Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Nov 30, 2009


    you have a problem with the can network in the cars computer its shutting you down to keep from causing other problems . take it to you local lincoln dealer and have them fix the problem if they dont fix it or say they cant find the problem call the service hotline and report them. lincoln has a very high quality rating and will do anything to make their customers happy. the number is in you owners manual . i hate to say it but alot of dealers out there dont look hard enough to find the problem. you have lincoln on your side or find a better dealer.

    Lincoln MKX Cars... | Answered on Aug 23, 2008


    Check and see the fuel pump is turning on when you turn the ignition to run!

    Lincoln Cars &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020

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