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2004 Lincoln Aviator transmission plug. Is the internal plug a right hand or left hand thread. When I try to lose the internal one it breaks free the outer one. What's the best way to get the internal one out.

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SOURCE: my 2004 lincoln aviator is jerking when I excelerate.

First go to the part store and have them check for codes on the computer. Check spark plug and wires. Hook up a timing light to each spark plug wire and see if the light skips. If so then change coil packs.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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I just changed the fuel filter on my 2003 Aviator and it was a pain. Aftwer looking and looking I finally found it. It is located under the truck at the center of the front crossmember behind a shield. Two bolts hold the shield and there are two quick release hoses on the fuel filter itsself. Good luck!!!

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I change the spark plugs on a 2004 lincoln aviator?

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Remove the cover on the valve covers
remove the coil packs and remove spark plugs

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Cylinder location diagram for a 2004 lincoln aviator

It could be a fuel injector problem on cylinder 5. Sounds like a failed injector. Run a compression check on that cylinder to make sure you have at least 100psi. Anything less than that would lead to either a burnt valve or a piston ring issue. Doing a compression check first will save you a lot of money.

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 Lincoln Aviator:spontaneous crack liftgate hatch??

aviators and explorers are known for that. the is a tsb out on that prob.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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