My 2003 lincoln town car ( which normally has no problems ) has begun having issues of starting. And runs real ruff. I have to keep foot on gas. Or it dies. Thus goes on for awhile before it will run

Asked by Feb 02, 2017 at 06:30 PM about the 2003 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You may want to start by checking to see if there are any codes. The EGR system could cause this or the MAF sensor. See what the codes say by having the vehicle scanned for codes.

91,595

The Triton engine is great but the ignition coils go bad and then the engine misses. The codes will tell you what is going on but some fuel system cleaner and a new fuel filter would not hurt.

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sounds like coil problems. Do not use brushless auto car washes as the high intense pressure of the water spray tends to get under the hood of the 2003-2011 Town Cars and wets the top of the engine which drains to the coils which start misfiring.

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