Last post on Apr 02, 2012 at 3:30 PM
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Lincoln Aviator, SUV
#22 of 26 Re: Engine problems with 2004 Aviator [natefromaz]
Mar 03, 2012 (3:12 am)
mrgregory29, I can surely understand your fraustration with you Lincoln Aviator, I have had cars in the past that just no matter what did not run will, but starting in 2001 I have own nothing but Fords. 1999 Expedition for six years, wife totaled. 2003-1994 Ford Prob accident (rear ended), 2005-1997 Prob sold when I moved to Georgia. 2006-2004 Lincoln Aviator CS(California Special), which I still have and until last year started to have problem with power steering whining noise. 2007-2007 Mecury Milan, which I still have and have had no major issues still running like a top along with my Aviator. I tell you I swear by Ford, they have made a great product. Still that is my experience you have not had much luck with yours. 5 cars in over a decade and no major mechanical issues new and used.
Mar 11, 2012 (6:14 pm)
very simple and easy to do. remove 2 bolts remove cover, press down the release on the coil wire, slide out the coil, replace with an ACCEL 140034-8 4 Super Coil Kit you can find online for around 172.00 for all eight. takes 10 to 15 minutes to replace all 8.
#24 of 26 Clicking noise coming from inside driver's rear
Apr 02, 2012 (3:30 pm)
Has anyone had a problem with their 2004 aviator in their heating or cooling at the rear of the vehicle. I think the hear or air in the rear has been turned on MAYBE 2 times since I purchased it in 2004. I don't even use the heat at thr front although I do use the air. Everything is turned off and I still get a click, click, click at the rear on the driver's side. These clicks are about 1 second apart. Nothing I do will turn it off. Any suggestions? Thanks