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Lincoln MKZ Model Overview

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Lincoln MKZ Questions

JoeKaiser
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Growling Noise Coming From The Right Rear Wheel

I have a 2008 Lincoln MKZ with 4 wheel drive. There is a growling noise coming from the right rear wheel whenever I make a slow but hard right turn. For instance, turning into my driveway, or turnin...

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Sounditoutinc
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What To Use To Clean Headliner

Hi, I have a 2013 lincoln mkz hybrid. What is recommended to safely clean dirty fingerprints on it?

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Bryant Bailey
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Trying To Find Out What Age Lite Means On My Dashboard A Car With A Screw

I have a orange light on my dashboard lower right-hand corner it's a car with a screw what does that mean

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mskay2000
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Car Won't Start

Car won't start. .dash lights come on..engine won't turn over

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John Perry Jr
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Car Won't Start On Occassion

My 08 Lincoln mkz sedan sometimes will not start. It has happened more frequently recently. What could be the issue?

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Lincoln MKZ Overview

The car now known as the MKZ has undergone enough recent name changes to make its head gasket spin. The mid-sized luxury sedan is descended from the rear-wheel-drive Lincoln LS, which was built on the Jaguar S-Type platform and debuted for the 2000 model year. After a less-than-thrilling run of disappointing sales numbers, the LS became the front-wheel-drive Lincoln Zephyr for 2006. But then the maker's marketing minds decided to streamline their line's names into a letters-only scheme (except for the untouchable Navigator and Town Car), in hopes of attracting more - and younger - buyers. So after just one year, the Zephyr became the MKZ, harking back to Lincoln's old (and beloved) Mark and Zephyr models and preserving the Zephyr's initial. It shows good promise among entry-level luxury sedans, standing out especially among the domestic competition.