Last post on Oct 07, 2013 at 2:44 PM
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#40 of 49 04 Navigator wont start....
Jun 18, 2011 (12:56 pm)
Truck would not start today. Lights and sounds but only a click and engine wont turn over.
Starter was pulled and checked, it's fine. Fuse and interior fuse panel ok. At that point circuit powers correctly. Only thing we can think of is the starter relay.
According to Haynes repair manual for Ford Expedition and also Lincoln Navigator the starter relay is located on the right side of the engine compartment on the firewall (passenger side firewall). It's not there. We only see the computer.
After much searching it's still a mystery. Even followed wiring from battery and nothing.
Or possibly anything else it could be?
Ok, found the relay in the fuse box...switched relay with another relay to test it and still nothing....any other ideas on what this could be?
#41 of 49 Re: 04 Navigator wont start.... [jbarnebee]
Jun 18, 2011 (12:56 pm)
starter solenoid is fine....it was checked also...
#42 of 49 Re: Truck wont start [supermanzer0]
Oct 04, 2011 (5:54 am)
worked perfect thanks!!
#43 of 49 Electrical Problems with my 2000 Lincoln Navigator.
Nov 18, 2011 (5:10 am)
One day I was driving down the road and noticed my 4x4 light on the dash board would intermittently flash. Then a fews days later, both the 4x4 and windshield washer indicator lights would flash intermittently while driving. When this happens, the power windows would fail to go up and down and the windshield wiper would not work, the music/radio would stop. ......Also sometimes when I put the car on reverse while the music is playing, the music will stop, windshield washer and 4x4 lights would flash and power windows would not work, horn won't work....Door Ajar light started
flashing and making alarming, then interior lights and door lamps came on and won't go off
even after engine is turned off.....Today the car failed to start and
the mechanic had to use a cable to start it from the kick-starter relay. And then later on, it started
and then shut right off ....
A scan of the GEM revealed the following codes.
I) B1302 - Accessory Delay Relay Coil Circuit Failure
2) B1814 - Wiper Rear Motor Down Relay Coil Circuit Failure
3) P1838 - Transfer Case Shiff Motor Circuit Failure
4) P1867 - Transfer Case Contact Plate General Circuit Failure
5) B1365- Ignition Start Circuit Short To Battery
6) DTC-9202 -Fuel Sender Circuit Open
Please help are these relay/fuses issues or GEM going bad or what?...Mechanic says fuses and relays are good but
#44 of 49 Re: Electrical Problems with my 2000 Lincoln Navigator. [ewain2]
Sep 15, 2012 (3:51 am)
I had the same problem. It turned out to be i need to replace the alternator.
#45 of 49 no power in Lincoln Navigator
Jan 30, 2013 (4:22 am)
I have 04 Lincoln Navigator currently with absolutely no power. Lights, door locks, ignition, nothing works, completely dead Navigator. Nothing happens at all when try to start, no buzzing, no noises what so ever. Unable to jump. New battery installed. Sitting at dealership, no diagnosis yet. Any idea what causes this?
#46 of 49 '03 Navi Won't Start
Mar 29, 2013 (8:38 pm)
I have and '03 Navi and stopped to go in a store; when attempting to start it, got nothing. The dash stayed lit. The headlights, horn, radio, auto running boards; every thing works, but it won't turn over. It doesn't click, doesn't even try to start. "The biggest quandary I have is that, normally, when I turn the key to the "On" position, the digital odometer displays the mileage, but now it just displays dashes on both the odometer and the trip meter." Was getting a buzzing sound from fuse box, but that has now stopped. I've been told that it's not the starter,not an ignition problems. The fuses have been checked and all are good; same with relay. Check engine light was on before problem. Took to Advance Auto and had a diagnostic check and it showed a code that the thermostat was bad. Hadn't had a chance to replace it before this happened.
It's now 12:45a.m. and I just remembered about the thermostat after a week of different mechanic checking vehicle. DUH!
Could the thermostat cause the problem, if not what.
Also, now on board computer doesn't communicate with diagnostic machine.
By the way it has over 204,000 miles and never had any, any problems until now.
#47 of 49 Re: no power in Lincoln Navigator [kw4954]
Jul 03, 2013 (5:14 pm)
I am having the exact same problem now! I have not been able to drive my 2000 Navigator 5.4 in over 3 months now. It started with my EGR valve and moved on to many things too much to write it all down. I was just wandering if you found a diagnosis yet?
#48 of 49 Re: 04 Navigator - wont start in summer!!! but works great other 8 months [bzeller1]
Oct 05, 2013 (10:10 pm)
The Navigator has a coil on plug ignition system. This cuts the need for the old fashioned distributor and spark plugs w/ wires. Now the coils are at the top of the plugs and seated on the top of the manifold. In the summer time or humid seasons there is probably moisture getting down into the coil plugs and fouling out the spark. try tightening the coil plug bolts to secure them better. This will keep the moisture out and make for better spark and easier starting. Then let me know how things worked out for you.
#49 of 49 No Start
Oct 07, 2013 (2:44 pm)
So this morning after using my car the night before without a problem, I go to start it(put the key in and as I halfway get to turn the key it seemed like it was going to turn on ...lights on the dash board were lit and the overhead lit up as well. However, turn full circle, it clicked and then died. This had happened to me once or maybe even twice before that. I have a cut off switch on my battery and the previous times I would turn the knob off the battery and then on again. It would start up right away after that. This morning it didn't. I tried jumping the battery but there was no juice. Any thoughts about this?