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#14 of 23 Re: '99 navigator stalls out [fergy7]
Jan 08, 2010 (9:33 pm)
To follow up on post #13 I was able to drain the fuel tank last week without having to drop the tank. I just removed the hose which was directly connected to tank and used a homemade squeezebulb and hose to siphon out the gas.
The gas looked clean, no water or dirt. I filled the tank with 93 octane and thought I may have solved the problem. However, this did not solve the problem either. The truck still hesitates from a stop whenever the tank is 1/4 or lower (cold or hot). Do you think the fuel pressure is dropping below 32 psi when the tank is below 1/4 for some reason?
#15 of 23 lincoln navigator idle end stall problems
May 19, 2010 (8:29 pm)
hi i have a 2004 lincoln navigator 2wd i have stall low idle problem i alredy repaced the idle control valve and all spark plugs all filters and still have the problem i need help i also have a problem with the air suspension on the front the dryer its leaking and the compresor its working all the time should i replace the dryer it self or the hall compressor?
#16 of 23 lincoln navigator
May 20, 2010 (10:46 pm)
Let me say that I just love my Navigator. I have driven and owned many fine cars, but this one is by far the funnest and best.
Unfortunately, I allowed someone to ride in my car who felt the urge to pull upward on the shifter while it was in Drive. The upper part of the shifter separated from the bottom part within the provided connection and I was no longer able to shift at all. The person who did this claims now that it was already broken and that he talked to a Lincoln dealership mechanic who told him it would take a hammer to pull the shifter upward since it is secured. He took the middle console off and finally reattached the top to the bottom part which allowed shifting, but the electronics are now messed up, i.e. the seat heater is not turning off, the cruise is not working.
I watched him pull it up and it came right out, so now I am at a standstill with the repair, the chrome button no longer has resistance and I can shift freely without the security of knowing that the engine is ready to be shifted. He claims that when he "repaired" it 2 screws on the securing plate were missing and that there is some kind of pin or devise that prevents the shifter to be pulled upward. Not only do I now have to deal with this problem on a daily basis, but I am also being belittled by telling me what an idiot I am for thinking that nobody would ever pull up on a shifter knob and if someone did it would be secured by screws. I looked at the mechanism and it appeared to me that when the correct shifting takes place there is a mechanism inside that actually moves upward to move to the next gear, so it really makes no sense that the shifter would be secured downward.
#17 of 23 Re: '99 navigator stalls out [johnv8r]
May 23, 2010 (6:49 am)
I have had the same thing happen a few times and it was the pvc valve and the hose that comnnects it. The parts are real cheap it not so east to fix its all the was in the back behind the top oh the engine. that little 3 dollar part was the whole problem.
#18 of 23 Error Code P0012 Air Intake Sensor
Jun 27, 2010 (6:34 am)
I have an 05 Navigator with 94,000 miles. I've had the timing chain, CV's and phasers replaced. When coming to a stop the car can get a rough idle and then will sometimes die. Error Code P0012 comes up with Air Intake Sensor Over Retarded Bank 1. My dealer says they can't find anything and keep giving me back the car. Any thoughts?
#19 of 23 Seasons Greetings-98 Navigator flutter in overdrive
Nov 26, 2010 (4:18 pm)
I have a 1998 Navigator it has developed a slight flutter in overdrive. this started to me previously running the vehicle very low on gas.
I cleaned the intake and ran fuel injector cleaner through it.
No trouble codes ...but this little flutter in overdrive. Any ideas?
#21 of 23 Misfire Lincoln Navigator '01 5.4L
Jul 11, 2011 (9:18 pm)
I have an '01 lincoln navigator and check engine light came on, so I took to a repair shop and had my radiator replaced, week later it started to misfire on idle well took back to repair they gave me tune up replaced all coils and plugs, then it drove fine for a lil while, then bad bad misfire to point of nondrivable had it towed to dealership and they charged me 1,000.00 to look at it said internal engine failure, they told me bad head, 4500.00 so I had them replace cause i have no other ride i need my car! they replaced it and it drives good but when i crank it white smoke is coming out of back??? I am a girl I dnt know nothing bout cars i think they r ripping me off, PLEZ HELP if this is another major problem I will have to trade it in cause I dont have tht kinda money. plez plez help
#22 of 23 Re: '99 navigator stalls out [fergy7]
Aug 06, 2011 (6:53 am)
I have a similar problem, did you ever find out what the problem was?
May 26, 2013 (5:27 am)
In my research I have found conflicting recomendations. Vacumn leaks, O2 sensor, fuel filter, etc. Can someone please offer a step by step troubleshooting solution.
Code reads: O2 sensor signal biased/stuck lean bank 1 sensor 1 and O2 sensor signal biased/stuck lean bank 2 sensor 1.
Symptoms: Rough ideling, stalls, ideling increases and decreases
I have inspected all the vacumn hoses I can see after removing the plastic motor cover and the air filter housing and piping. No obvious problems.
What is most common solution to this fault?