I have a 2011 lincoln navigator. I have not aHad any trouble until I needed an evaporative assembly put in behind the dash. The battery was unhooked during this for two days. Now all of the sudden it clatters upon acceleration. The mechanic said it was or al and would relearn itself. If that's true how long will it take for the engine to stop clattering on acceleration?

Asked by Aug 23, 2014 at 02:06 AM about the 2011 Lincoln Navigator

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Mostly clatters upon acceleration, other than that it's fine.how long do I have to drive it to
get it to relearn the fuel settings and stuff. I had no idea the battery being unhooked
would cause this.

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Yep, that resets the computer to factory settings, it usually takes 20 to 30 minutes drive time for it to relearn. You also lost all of your presets on your radio, seats if equipped and clock. There is a lot of information in the owners manual, that some time and look through it.

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