Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
Transmission check message on ''99 Lincoln Continental'' comes on frequently and erraticly (for the last 30,000 miles). Every mechanic says ''nothing wrong with transmission.'' Is there a remedy for this erratic message. Car runs fine.
Go to autozone and get the codes. they will test for free.
Message Center Display
The following messages may be displayed on the message center.
This message center will display CHECK TRANSMISSION if the following codes have been set.
DTC Codes Possible Faults P1746, P1747, P1760 Electronic pressure control solenoid P0743, P1767 Torque converter clutch circuit P0750, P0755, P0760 Shift solenoid circuit P1714, P1715, P1716 ISIG P0731, P0732, P0733, P0734 SFT error P0741, P1742, P1743, P1744 Torque converter clutch error P1783 Over temperature P1700 NEV error P0712, P0713, P0710,
P1710, P1713, P1718 Transmission fluid
temperature error P0705, P0708, P1704 Transmission range sensor error P0500, P0503 Vehicle speed sensor error P0715 Turbine shaft speed error
NOTE: For codes. For additional information, refer to Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Strange, but had "Check Transmission" light appear while driving down highway. No codes, however, appeared in the computer after restarting it. The next day it acted like it was misfiring and the "Check Engine" light came on. It showed trouble code for number 8 cylinder misfiring. After changing the coil that attaches to the spark plug, it has run like a champion. I figured that the misfiring due to the bad coil caused the transmission to act funny, and hence, the "Check Transmission" light to pop up. Why it didn't show a code at first is anyone's guess.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
Transmission model is AX4N.The reason that the car/trans only acts up after long drives is the heat.As metal components heat up,tolerances and clearances that were marginal or borderline before with moderate heat,become excessive clearances when really hot.More than likely there are internal transmission components with excessive wear.Many problematic areas inside the AX4N trans is the pump,where the oil pump driveshaft bearing wears out,the seal is torn,and hydraulic pressure falls off,common failure point in these units.The other areas are typical to all automatic transmissions,the clutch packs and bands wear and lose clearance.as well as some of the bushings inside the unit.I just rebuilt recently a trans exactly identical to your car,V8...4.6Ltr Lincoln,and it had minimal damage inside,but enough to throw the check engine light on with a Torque Convertor Clutch trouble code.The TCC was slipping excessively,and the vehicle computer recognized this,and illuminated the CEL.Chances are good that the damage inside your trans will be minimal,but now is the time to consider rebuilding it and restoring all the hydraulic circuits integrity,and resetting all the clutch pack and band clearances with new clutches,steels,and bands.A remanufactured torque convertor should also be installed along with rebuilding the trans.Be careful as to who does the work on the trans should you decide to rebuild it,as some people's definition of a rebuild doesn't quite qualify as anything more than a patch/repair job.A complete rebuild consists of tearing the trans completely down,loading it into a parts cleaner,and thoroughly cleaning it.From this point,the rebuild begins,including a banner overhaul kit,new steels,bands,seals,thrust washers as required,Electronic Pressure Control solenoid,all new bushings,set clutch pack clearances to factory specifications,along with setting unit endplay,and a remanufactured torque convertor.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 lincoln continental stuck
Make sure you have brake lights.This is were the shifter solenoid gets it's signal from to get it out of gear.
One thing you can try is turn the igntion switch towards the run postion stopping just short of activating the electronics.Then try and move shifter to neutral then you can start it and out it into gear so you can drive it to get it fixed.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
TRANSMISSION THERMOSTAT INSIDE TRANSMISSION ON VALVE BODY YOU HAVE A PRESSURE LEAK CHECK TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER LINES FITTING TO RADIATOR FOR LEAKS LOOK UNDER CAR WHILE IT RUNNING LOOK FOR FLUID LEAKS. YOU COULD A LEAKING TORQUE CONVERTER SEAL.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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