Hello, so I have a 2000 lincoln ls, it's been sitting for a while and now won't start.

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Asked by Sep 02, 2015 at 08:55 AM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

because of how bad the winter was, it was
buried for atleast 2 months when finally
unburied I tried getting going but the battery
was completely dead, I bought a brand new
one, still wouldn't kick over, I put a new fuel
filter in, filled with 93 premium gas with an
additive to help with old gas sitting in there,
it has almost started a couple times sounds
very strong trying to start just won't kick over
and stay on it just been dealing with it for
weeks and need my car ASAP I also
checked the blue 15 fuse but is fine anyone
have any suggestions, I believe I can get it
going in my drive way so would rather not
spend the money bringing it somewhere and
spending a bunch of money but if have to
then so be it just need and thoughts or ideas
on what it may be thank you!

4 Answers

246,875

You need to check for spark and fuel pressure.

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19,180

Replace spark plugs.

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Ok thank you i was narrowing it down to probably be the spark plugs but fuel pressure I will check also, any easy way to check fuel pressure not that good with cars but understand

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246,875

You need to borrow a fuel pressure gauge from you local auto parts, hook it up to the fuel rail, should be a valve on one side of the fuel rail.

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