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#33 of 49 lincoln navigator electric problem
Dec 20, 2010 (11:42 am)
Hi every body I have a 2006 lincoln navigator with trans problem i take it to the dealer they replace the transmission now my overdrive light keep flashing on and off take it back to the dealer cost me $300 they replace the #9 fuse it was a 15 amp fuse it has being replace with a 30 amp fuse now after i drove the car come home get back out the car don't start the # 9 fuse blow again when you put the key in no power go to the starter need help how to fix the problem plz
#34 of 49 Re: lincoln navigator electric problem [lovethisdou]
Dec 20, 2010 (11:48 am)
thankyou but I don't see the white relay I have a dead shot can you help me to locate that relay plz
#35 of 49 Re: lincoln navigator electric problem [lovethisdou]
Dec 20, 2010 (1:42 pm)
Sorry, actually my replacement was white. The factory one was black. Have you located the fuse panel on the side panel to the right of where the passenger's feet would be? When my relay would stick(?) it would make a buzzing sound.
Use the owner's guide to help you find if needed. You have to remove the panel, which matches your interior, and then a fuse box cover which is black.
At the bottom of this panel are the fuses, in the middle there are 6 square blocks that are marked Ford. Above these are 3 relays in the shape of a rectangle. About 1" long and .5" wide.
#37 of 49 Re: 99 Navigator will not turn over [jmr6]
Dec 25, 2010 (2:11 pm)
Hi I have the same problem my radio did not play the am /fm but cd play where is that solenoid
#39 of 49 04 Navigator - wont start in summer!!! but works great other 8 months
Apr 27, 2011 (5:48 pm)
I have a 2004 Navigator w/ 64,000 miles. I have had for 4 years now. Starting after a huge rain storm in summer '09, it would not start sometimes in the early mornings. This problem is always when it is humid outside. It will not attempt to turn over. There is only a clicking noise when the key is turned. If I turn the key enough times, it will eventually start right up. However, this is getting progressively worse.
Since the summer of '09, this problem has occurred during May-August, and has been pretty constant. For September - April, it starts up 100% of the time. This is no coincidence, but I need help connecting the dots on this. It is worst early in the mornings. Just last week, this happened again for the first time since the end of last summer. I live in Indiana.
Further, when driving last week, the engine actually died when I was driving. This is the first time that has ever occurred. Whatever the issue is, it seems to be getting worse. Could it be a bad spark plug or plug wire, and when the moisture in the air rises, that is exposing bad wiring or something?? Any other ideas for what it could be??
#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!!