2007 Lincoln Aviator - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


You've got a circuit problem. Check your electric system. Computer scanning might help to pinpoint problem

2007 Lincoln... | Answered on Oct 17, 2015 | 51 views


I have an 03 and around 30,000 miles the same thing happened to me . I took it to the dealer and the replaces the idler pully wich is what was making the noise .hope this helps you

2007 Lincoln... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016 | 5,056 views


The problem is the Lincoln Aviator is a piece of junk!!!! If anyone is thinking about purchasing one turn around and run. I cant begin to tell you how many problems i'v had and continue to have w/my 04 Aviator. I know this aint much help I just don't want to see anyone else end up like us...

2007 Lincoln... | Answered on Aug 24, 2018 | 339 views


Sounds like the throttle body

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017 | 49 views


TFT is Transmission Fluid Temperature. Check your ATF level. Check the wiring harness that goes i to the transmission for proper connection. If your transmission has not had a service since 2011 THEN DO IT. CHANGE FILTER FLUID AND MAKE SURE THE COOLER GETS FLUSHED.

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Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Apr 01, 2017 | 447 views


Hello Eric,

If you'd care to elaborate...

I have a bunch of Lincoln books...
Can you elaborate on your trouble.

If you cooling system is throwing some warning... about coolant
either your ENTIRE system level is to low or you have a leak between your fill reservoir (recovery tank (at firewall)) and your radiator.

My best suggestion would be to beg, borrow or buy a cooling system tester (see below) and do a cold pressure test of your system (leaks are MUCH MORE OBVIOUS) without the engine running...

Autozone (for example) has a tool loan program
(once said to be FREE (Haven't checked lately)).

http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/lincoln,2004,aviator,4.6l+v8,1428083,cooling+system

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Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Dec 11, 2016 | 63 views


you can try to bleed the brakes at all the calipers several times until the fluid is clean coming out the bleeder screws.it sounds like when you pushed the pistons back into the calipers you pushed dirt back through the system and has lodged in the abs hydraulic unit causing the light to come on.you say the abs light is still on does this mean it was on before you replaced the brakes.if so then you had a code in the abs controller that should have been checked before and repaired.when the abs sets code it automatically shuts down the traction control and all wheel drive because of the abs light being on.

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Oct 06, 2015 | 333 views


If your doing it yourself, you are saving a lot of money. You need a manual to do it. You have to remove the console and other pieces close to it. There are hidden screws and bolts to remove. An extra $30 is money well spent. Plus the manual will help with future repairs. You can get them at parts stores.

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Jun 13, 2015 | 36 views


What is that about?

The cooling system is shown in the factory service manuals

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014 | 42 views


If BOTH failed at the same time, it is the breaker in the fuse panel.

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Jul 31, 2014 | 206 views


possible blown fuse

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on May 25, 2014 | 15 views


Sounds like the transmission, and when did you last check the fluids? If it is a stick shift then the linkages are gone/wore out. But it's amazing how quickly a car can go from working to not.

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014 | 77 views


Motorcraft Batteries?

In my Lincoln L/S, the first one lasted 3 1/2 years & was done under warranty

Second one lasted 5 years

Now that one failed two weeks ago at 20 months

In my case the battery is in the trunk & you can't find a battery with
a vent for that car & ford batteries are on odd size, just for their
design or group size,go figure

The Motorcraft Max is free for 3 years & pro rated for 100 months,
so not a bad deal.

IF you have a big enough battery tray & a basic looking battery,
try the NAPA Legend Batt 8465 750 CCA 65 BCI (group size)

They are from East Penn MFG in Penn & plants in other states & their own brand is DEKA in the private parts stores

What I like is that there are no caps on top & no leaking, just like
the old AC Delco I used for 40 years & got 7 to 9 years out of them

I have had a Napa in my 30 year old blazer for two year so far

The question,well I think it is part battery & part the load the electronics puts on the batteries

When I open the trunk & have only the trunk light on & with a
new or old battery, I only get 12.3 volts

I get the same thing on my scan tool data when I turn off the car
& then put the key on,yet all data is good KOEO or Engine Running.

Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Mar 22, 2014 | 92 views


Disconnect the electrical connection to relieve the system's pressure. Start the Navigator and let the engine run until it stalls from lack of gasoline. Turn off the ignition, reconnect the pump's electrical connection and disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Step 2 Detach the fuel pressure sensor vacuum hose. Check for fuel in the line. If there is fuel present in the line, the fuel delivery problem is likely caused by a faulty fuel pump pressure regulator. If there is no fuel in the line, reattach the vacuum hose and continue with the fuel delivery diagnostic.
  • Step 3 Twist off the fuel pressure test port cap and secure a pressure gauge to the fuel pressure valve. Reconnect the negative battery cable and start the engine. The pressure gauge needs to read 45 psi when at wide open throttle. High pressure readings indicate a malfunctioning pressure regulator. Low pressure readings indicate a clogged fuel filtermag-glass_10x10.gif or a broken fuel pump.
  • Step 4 Cut the engine. Relieve system pressure and remove the negative battery cable again so you can safely remove the fuel filter to check for clogs.
  • Step 5 Loosen the filter fittings and unhook the fuel lines from the filter. Undo and remove the bracket on the fuel filter.
  • Step 6 Inspect the filter for clogs and replace it with a new one if necessary. If there are no clogs, the fuel delivery problem is probably a faulty fuel pump.
  • Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Mar 01, 2014 | 1,126 views


    check the cv joints for wear. check rear drive shaft for worn slip joint splines and "u" joint wear. When you lock in awd there is no centre diff to allow the variations between the wheels and so you are experiencing a torque build up between the front and rear diffs . This put stress on the entire drive chain so any looseness or worn parts will display noises. Remember that the awd lock should be only used on surfaces that allow the tyres to slip and relieve the stress ( dirt road---snow---mud--ice )

    Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Feb 02, 2014 | 205 views


    My Sharan car gearbox when is cold, wont change

    Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014 | 37 views


    get out of the car with the keys in hand. lock all doors trunk etc. open car with key in door then reenter car retry starter

    Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013 | 76 views


    perhaps the body control module

    Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013 | 50 views


    Your engine fan is temp control, it will lock up when you are driving at a high speed, the clutch could be bad and also you have a electric coolant fan too..

    Lincoln Aviator... | Answered on Oct 23, 2013 | 24 views

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