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TOPIC : Lincoln

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Non-functional Ford

Ford has issued a recall for certain 2019 Mustang, Lincoln Nautilus and Navigator vehicles. At vehicle start-up, the instrument panel cluster assembly (IPC) may not function, showing a blank display.

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Fuel Slosh

Some 2016-2018 Lincoln MKX vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive may exhibit a fuel slosh noise primarily when the fuel tank is over ¾-full and when driving at low speeds.

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Keyless Entry Connection

Some 2020 Lincoln Aviator (and Ford Explorer) vehicles built on or before July 18, 2019, may exhibit a keyless entry keypad that is inoperative. This may be due to an internal electrical connector being not fully seated.

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Ford Window Module Recall

Ford has recalled certain 2018 Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles. The second row window control modules may intermittently stop the movement of the power window.

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Shifty Lincoln

Some 2011-2015 Lincoln MKX and 2011-2016 MKS vehicles built with a floor shift selector lever and push button start may exhibit a Shift to Park message, Transmission Not in Park message displayed while the shifter is in the park position, or unable to remove the integrated keyhead transmitter (IKT), or a discharged battery due to the Shift to Park light remaining illuminated. 

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Coolant Leak at Rear

Some 2018 Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition vehicles built on or before Sept. 5, 2018, may exhibit an overheating condition, low antifreeze/coolant, and/or a coolant leak at the rear of the vehicle.

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EcoBoost Pan Leak

Some Ford and Lincoln vehicles equipped with a 2.7L or 3.0L EcoBoost engine may exhibit an oil leak from the engine oil pan RTV seal.

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Chilly Fingers?

2017-2019 Lincoln Continental vehicles (as well as 2017-2019 F-Super Duty, 2015-2019 Edge, 2016-2018 MKX and 2019 Nautilus) may exhibit an inoperative heated steering wheel.

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Cracked Lincoln 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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Corrosion Calamity

Certain 2013-2016 Lincoln MKZ and 2016 MKX vehicles that were originally sold or currently registered in Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

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