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.
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.
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.
Some 2012-2013 Lincoln Navigator vehicles built 9/1/2011 through 12/1/2012 and only equipped with an integrated keyhead transmitter (IKT) may exhibit intermittent inoperative operation of the IKT remote functions.
Some 2012 Lincoln Navigator vehicles built on or before 11/31/2011 may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTCs P0135 and P0155. In addition, P0030, P0050, P0053, P0059, P0141 or P0161 may be present.
Some 2011-2013 Lincoln Navigator vehicles may exhibit a delayed forward or reverse transmission engagement condition when cold.
Some 2012-2013 Lincoln Navigators quipped with the 6R80 transmission, and built on or before 4/8/2013 may exhibit a transmission engagement in 5th gear when starting. The “wrench” indicator and/or seat belt minder may be illuminated, the speedometer may read zero and the odometer may display dashes while driving.
Some 2011 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles may exhibit an intermittent hard brake pedal feel or firmness after extended cold soak. A new calibration is available that will improve this concern.
Some 2011-2013 Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition vehicles equipped with a 6R80 transmission and built on or before 4/8/2013 may exhibit a transmission engagement in 5th gear when starting.
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