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#1899 of 1950 Re: gas milage woes [04avi]
Apr 14, 2010 (8:57 am)
Hey there, have you received any replys on cold air intakes or learned anything more in your search? I have an 03 and am researching the same idea to increase my boat towing capacity. "Airaid" make some UBI or you build it universal intakes that I have just started to look at, but short of a K&N air filter swap, I don't feel great about an intake yet. I dont want to create a new set of problems for a minor HP increase.
Apr 17, 2010 (6:35 am)
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#1901 of 1950 2004 aviator front brake calipers
Apr 28, 2010 (4:36 am)
I have always changed my own brakes on my ford mustangs, taurus and explorer. I now own a 2004 Aviator. I tried changing the front pads last night and and could not remove the caliper assembly to even get to the pads. Both bolts were removed and the caliper assembly was loose and sloppy, but something was caught up and wouldnt allow me to remove the assembly. It was as though there was something metal purposely on there to keep it fomr coming off. I saw no clip or other bolt that would have needed to come off. Its as though the caliper cylinders wer hung up. I am at a lost as to how to remove the assembly.
#1902 of 1950 Re: 2004 aviator front brake calipers [clane1]
Apr 28, 2010 (5:00 am)
I've changed the pads a couple of times on my '04, but have not experienced your
issue...it's always been pretty straightforward. There is no reason that they shouldn't come right off...no special trick.
I'm sure you've done this, but just double check that the piston is completely retracted into the cylinder. Other than that, I'm not sure what to tell you.
Wish I could have been more help.
Apr 30, 2010 (6:21 pm)
i have changed the fuel filter,fuel pump, air filter and a sensor on the throttle body(wasted money on this one). upon starting my 2004 lincoln aviator when i press on the gas it stalls. we are trying to figure whats going on with this truck. 2WD 2004 lincoln aviator. once i press the gas it cuts off and releases a gush of air.it will stay started as long as you don't press the gas. any suggestions???
#1904 of 1950 Climate Control Seats not working
May 10, 2010 (1:36 pm)
I have a 2003 Aviator and so far I have no complaints. I have had it since that year I guess it all comes down to how well people take care of their vehicle. I do however have one issue that recently came up, and that I cannot fix. The climate control on both front seat don't seem to work. I located the fuse and it's not blown. I located the other fuse under the hood and it isn't blown either. I checked the connections underneath the seats and I found nothing wrong. Please if someone can advice do so.
#1905 of 1950 Re: 2004 lincoln aviator [missneecie909]
May 10, 2010 (1:39 pm)
looks like you worked on the air system, and fuel system, but not on the spark system. Check spark plugs then spark plug wires, and then coil pack.
#1906 of 1950 Re: 04 Aviator Power Window Issue [terry645]
May 31, 2010 (1:33 pm)
I have had this same issue with my 2004 Aviator. It stops working and then starts again after a few weeks to a month. It really baffles me, I have no idea what is going on with my drivers side rear window.
#1907 of 1950 Re: 04 Aviator Power Window Issue [mac995]
May 31, 2010 (2:56 pm)
Fortunately, I have little reason to open or close either of the rear seat windows.
When the time comes to dispose of the car, they probably still won't work.
It just irks me that they don't!!
I suppose my only option is to take out a second mortgage on the house and have the dealer fix it..........Nah!!!
#1908 of 1950 Re: 04 Aviator Power Window Issue [mac995]
Jun 05, 2010 (7:07 am)
Maybe a bad power window regulator... I had mine replaced at 41K.