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EcoBoost Oil Use

Some 2017-2018 Lincoln Navigator vehicles equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine and built on or before July 13, 2018, may exhibit DTC P0365 and/or P0369, along with excessive oil consumption.

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Parking Sensor Issue

This bulletin applies to 2017-2019 Lincoln Continental, 2019 Nautilus, 2015-2019 MKC, MKT and MKZ, 2015-2018 MKX and 2015-2019 Navigator models.  Some vehicles may experience front or rear park aid sensor false alerts with no diagnostic trouble codes present.

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Cracked Skirt

Some 2015-2017 Lincoln Navigator vehicles equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine with greater than 20,000 miles may exhibit a tick type noise from the cylinder block area. This noise may be caused by a cracked piston skirt.

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Whistle While You Work

Some 2009-2013 Lincoln Navigator vehicles built on or before May 1, 2013, may exhibit a high pitched whistle noise with the A/C on and higher blower motor speeds.

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Big Wheels, Big Leaks

Some 2009-2013 Lincoln MKX vehicles equipped with 22-inch wheels may exhibit the tire pressure monitor system (TPMS) warning lamp illuminated identifying low tire pressure in one or more wheels.

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Auto Shift to Park

Some 2013-2014 Lincoln MKZ vehicles may shift to Park when the vehicle is travelling below 5 mph and/or may exhibit a wrench light illuminated, with DTC P081F stored in the gear shift module (GSM).

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Wrong Brake Hose?

Ford issued a recall for a limited number of 2018 Escape and Lincoln MKC vehicles built in October 2017.

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Auto Shift to Park

Some 2013-2014 Lincoln MKZ vehicles may shift to Park when the vehicle is travelling below 5 mph and/or may exhibit a wrench light illuminated with DTC P081F stored in the gear shift module (GSM).

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Lincoln Program Update

Some 2011-2013 Lincoln MKX vehicles built on or before 1/23/2013 may exhibit an illuminated ABS or Advanced Trac light warning lamp with DTCs P193C and U0401.

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Sensitive Hybrid

Some 2013 Ford Fusion/Energi and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid vehicles built on or before 11/01/2012 may exhibit an overly sensitive brake pedal feel often described as “grabby” brakes, or a perceived 2-3 second delayed transmission engagement in reverse due to the hill start assist activating briefly after starting the engine.

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