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Lincoln Navigator Questions
I am trying to replace the alternator but I can't get it out. I have removed all bolt and wiring. Its just sitting there because I can't figure out how to get it out. Also I am trying to replace t...
2nd Row Middle Seat
Im not sure if this had already been asked .. Currently have a 2014 With the console. Can this be removed and a seat be put in its place ? I found some seats , but they are a bit pricey . Afraid to ...
2006 Lincoln Navigator.
Check Engine light stays on. When travelling and the RPM gets to 200K at about 80 kms/hour the engine lights starts to flash and the vehicle starts to sputter like it is going to stall. Any Suggetions...
Alternator And Battery Replaced, Won't Hold A Charge
I replaced my battery and alternator and it won't hold a charge. What else could it be.
2005 Navigator - A/c Blowing Cool, Not Cold Air
I recently purchased a 2005 Navigator. It's in great shape and so far I really like it. My only concern is that the A/C doesn't seem to be working as well as I expected. If I set the temp to 60 a...
Lincoln Navigator Overview
Introduced in 1998, the Lincoln Navigator was on the vanguard of the hugely successful full-size luxury SUV trend. It remains up there, parked at the peak with the Cadillac Escalade. The Navigator was redesigned for 2003.
The premium, seven-passenger sport-utility vehicle is based on the Ford Expedition, but features many ritzy touches added as standard features. These include loads of powered accessories, supple leather seating with integrated heaters (and coolers), and fine interior appointments like rich wood.
Although the vehicle's gas mileage numbers are miserable, if not sinful, there's a large segment of the car-buying public that doesn't care, even as fuel prices rise. These spacious and imposing behemoths have sold well for every year of their existence, as they are snapped up by professional athletes, affluent suburban moms, and simply anyone who likes to make a big statement with what they drive.