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check and adjust the turn stops so that a turn angle of 20 degrees is the maximum
It is possible that with the changed suspension that the steering on full turn is making the wheels at such an angle that the vehicle is trying to push the wheel sideways instead of rolling it around the corner

2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 03, 2017


You need a new lock actuator inside the door. Go to the dealer and ask them, it is not too expensive...

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2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 25, 2014


That auto has lots of mini computers to keep everything working. I would try a new battery after leaving the old battery disconnected for an hour. If everything works, run test light to determine if and where there is a drain on the battery.

2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


The system has a dump valve around the drivers' wheelwell to let the air out of the system.

Your vehicle sends a signal when the doors open to lower the vehicle for a lower exit.

The dump valve solenoid must be bad or it is not getting the signal.

Like your onboard computer, the is a dedicated Diagnostic plug which will diagnose problems in that separate system. Some Autozones or Advance parts stores have the better scanners for this function on a store to store basis.

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2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Feb 23, 2013


The door locks are controlled by the vehicle security module (VSM). It gets power from fuses 30, 5, 6, and 40 in the central junction box (CJB). You say you checked these and all are OK. Therefore the problem must be in the door lock actuators, the door lock relays, or the door lock switches. I doubt that all of these are defective, so the VSM may be defective.

The liftgate is controlled by the power liftgate module (PLM), althogh the motor in the liftgate glass actuator is controlled by the VSM. The PLM gets power from fuses 105 and 5 in the CJB. If the PLM is assumed to be OK, the source of the problem could be the liftgate unlatch motor, the liftgate cinching motor, the L/R liftgate obstacle detection strips, the liftgate home position switch, the liftgate fork bolt/detent switch. or the power liftgate open/close switch

2004 Lincoln... | Answered on Sep 30, 2012


this question can oficially be answered in either the owners' manual or by the dealer but I will state this..depending on how far you plan to go..it is usually better on newr vehicles to put them on either a dolly that supports the drive wheels or a trailer behind the rv..by drive wheels I dont mean the steering end.. I mean the wheels that get power from the engine.. this is due to the spinning of the driveline without the engine powering the transmission fluid inside.. sometimes this will tear up or wear out the final drive clutches and cause malfunctioning of the transmission..just to save your sanity..plan on using a tandem flatbed .. if you dont have one..u-haul rents them..the costs will offset a major transmission repair..learn how to load and tie the truck down for safe transporting..good luck and safe travels..

Lincoln... | Answered on Jul 02, 2019


Did you check the compressor relay ? Location BJB - battery junction box , under hood fuse relay box . plus fuse #19 60 amp .this powers the compressor . If the fuse an relay or good Have a repair shop check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes in the VDM - vehicle dynamics module . This module controls the air suspension . Do you know anything about automotive electronics an computers . (modules)

Lincoln... | Answered on Apr 20, 2019


The blend door is plastic with plastic hinges that eventually break. If you go to a dealer, they have to remove the entire dash to get to it and it will cost you over $1000. There is an aftermarket door with metal hinges that you can replace by going through the glovebox and cutting through the duct. (You seal it later withe epoxy so it's airtight.) You also have to remove the center console, which is also how you can verify the door hinges are broken. Once I had all the tools and everything ready to go it took me about 3 hours. The fix will outlast the car (which has 463,000 miles, BTW).

Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


There could be corrosion on the terminals under the clamps, which could be the charge problem. If you have a portable battery jumper and hook it up, it may power the car to clear the readings.

Lincoln... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019

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