2004 Lincoln LS - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

You must check a few things to eliminate causes ok , so first answer this question , does your engine stay running when your parked idling and when you press on the gas to raise the rpm's it still runs yes/no? If yes you must check the spark plug gap on each plug , wait for the engine to cool down for 1 hour they take out each spark plug and check the air gap between the center firing pin and the bottom electrode using a gapping tool you can buy this at autozone ,and the gap is listed on the emissions sticker on the radiator support if your not say on doing this stuff get a guy to help you ok ///your engine will idle fine when the gap is out of specification maybe a little shaking in drive ,but when you are driving the extra heat generated from the engine being under a higher load will cause the gas to evaporate and burn up before the spark ignition takes place so the loss of power or stalling will be the result when you take out the first plug if it's out of gap they all are and if there's enough center firing pin left you can regap them but it's better to replace them all at the same time 1 by 1 they should be removed ok

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Oct 23, 2019 | 21 views

The fuel pump is inside the fuel tank , nothing is located in the front driver wheel area , unless ABS - anti-lock brakes pump motor. When turning the key to the start position does the starter engage an spin the engine around ? Hooking up a fuel pressure gauge an check to see if there is fuel pressure at the injector fuel rail should be done plus hooking up a scan tool an checking for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes also . Any light's lit on the instrument cluster , check engine light etc.... Your vehicle also has a electronic control module that controls the fuel pump . Your best bet mite be to have a qualified repair shop check it out , has electronic's you are not aware of.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jul 23, 2019 | 27 views

ck for poss.vacuum leak at intake manifold,or cracked/broken vacuum hose

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jun 10, 2019 | 32 views

Here is a link to the owner's manuals, (you never say what model of Lincoln) all fuse information in there under a section called "Roadside Emergencies". The vehicle has 2 fuses boxes one under the hood and one inside the car. http://www.fleet.ford.com/partsandservice/owner-manuals

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jun 03, 2019 | 1,365 views

My personal suggestion would be to go for these repair catalogs from www.reliable-store.com instead. much better info on all vehicles, complete details, and
they also have live assistance feature

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Mar 08, 2018 | 93 views

The crossover tube under the alternator cracks there is a new style intake that uses a metal cross over

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Feb 09, 2018 | 164 views

Fuse #5 in the box under the hood. See your owners manual page 230.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Sep 10, 2017 | 313 views

Depending on which gas line was replaced, the inertia switch may need to be reset. Also he may have turned off the fuel pump in the trunk and forgot to turn it back on. There are switches near the air ride controls in the trunk.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Aug 21, 2017 | 66 views

Temperature sensors trigger cooling fan. But can be a stuck cooling fan relay that refuses to disengage.

This fan will strain charging system and may cause engine to run too cool at times.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jul 26, 2017 | 152 views

It should be behind the a/c compressor on the engine block

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Dec 20, 2018 | 662 views

You did not state the symptoms you're getting(problems) . The lean codes are usually caused by either a bad vacuum leak or the Coils going bad,causing a miss.
don-ohio (:^)

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Mar 17, 2017 | 462 views

The ECM is located behind the drivers side or pas side kick panel

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Feb 17, 2017 | 258 views

Driver's side kick panel. don-ohio (:^)

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jan 30, 2017 | 390 views

you can test an ignition coil by unplugging the end that goes to the distributors/coil packs, holding it a fraction of an inch from a part of the exposed car frame, attempt to crank, and watch for a spark.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jan 12, 2017 | 592 views

Your best bet would be to take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop ! You have no diagnostic skills shown by the list of parts replaced ! Check engine light codes ? Scan tool diagnostics , scan tool engine sensor data ! Fuel pressure an flow testing , hook up fuel pressure gauge ! Plugged exhaust , back pressure testing etc.... Videos on youtube basic engine testing an electrical systems testing , fuel system testing etc....

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Sep 06, 2016 | 60 views

if it is a manual transmission then broken mounts are always a good place to start looking
next is a clutch problem nor disengaging properly--again a mount problem
if it is an auto the the mount is immaterial as it will be a selector sensor problem

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Jun 23, 2016 | 104 views

ive had that problem it sounds like the steering wheel sensor is bad ,struts has nothing to do with this problem get it to the dealer now

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Apr 19, 2016 | 80 views

You haven't purge all the air out.

2004 Lincoln LS | Answered on Mar 19, 2016 | 36 views

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