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Lincoln Valve Body Requires Maintenance

Some 2019-2020 Lincoln Nautilus or 2020 Corsair vehicles equipped with an 8F35 transmission may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTC P0766 stored in the PCM and/or intermittent no-reverse engagement concerns. This may be due to contamination in the main control valve body separator plate orifice. To correct the condition, clean the main control plate.

Tick & Pop

Some 2011-2016 Lincoln MKT and MKS vehicles equipped with a 2.0L, 2.3L, 3.5L and/or 3.7L engines may exhibit a ting, pop, click and/or continuous tick noises from the front wheel area when accelerating from a stop, turning or when shifting between drive/reverse and/or reverse/drive.

Temp Tantrum

Some 2017 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid vehicles may exhibit a MIL on, with DTC P0071 stored in the PCM. This DTC can be set after the vehicle is stored inside a warm location for several hours and then driven on a cold day. Under these conditions, the PCM may see a temperature sensor concern when it first compares the ambient air temperature (AAT) sensor to other engine temperature sensors, and sets the DTC.

Water Intrusion

Some 2013-2019 Lincoln MKZ vehicles with a 2.0L HEV/PHEV engine may exhibit multiple drivability or electrical concerns with one or more DTCs.

Lincoln ABS Ground

Some 2020 Lincoln Aviator/Police Interceptor Utility vehicles built on or before July 15, 2019, may exhibit an illuminated ABS warning lamp, with DTC C0020 stored in the ABS module.

Broken Toe

Ford/Lincoln is recalling certain 2013-2018 Lincoln MKT vehicles.

Cracked Piston 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.

Shifty Lincoln

Some 2011-2015 Lincoln MKX, 2011-2016 MKS and 2011-2017 MKT 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 Park position, or unable to remove the integrated keyhead transmitter, or a discharged battery due to the Shift to Park light remaining illuminated.