2010 Navigator computer issues - radio disabled, infrequent dead battery

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Asked by Oct 26, 2015 at 03:07 PM about the Lincoln Navigator

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Computer issues??  speed control sometimes inop; radio sometimes inop (can turn car off/restart and OK); infrequently will have discharged battery when battery is otherwise good. Heard compressor running with car parked.

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More than likely computer is going haywire,have you had some one with scanner try to reset it?

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not yet; are you referring to OBDII scanner?

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Yes,one that can reset the ECM.

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It may just be a fuse that is going bad or loose. My Expedition had similar problems and that is what it was.

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