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Old 11-18-2009, 16:26   #1 (permalink)
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02 Lincoln Navigator Wiring issue.

I have a 2002 Lincoln navigator I bought the vehicle from a used car dealer. At the time I didn't notice and I don't think they noticed that the main wires that run to the back of the vehicle down the back side of the wheel well were hanging down and were being rubbed in half by the tire. The truck started dying when the wheel would cut into the frame. Since that has happened the place where I bought it from put the wires back together, but it still didn't start. I took it to ford had it diagnosed and had a new pcm put in it. Ran right for a couple of days and then started acting funny, oil pressure light coming on and overdrive light blinking and check engine light on and running funny. 7 codes were coming up all sensors saying check connector and wiring. When I would turn it off it would not start for 10-20 min. After that it would start and run fine. Now it’s back to where it will start after a certain period of time but the lights are not going off and it won’t run long enough for me to drive it to a shop. Any advice would be helpful and a ballpark price to fix.
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Old 11-18-2009, 16:38   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 02 Lincoln Navigator Wiring issue.

Have you contacted the Ford dealer? Tell them what's happening because they should have some type of warranty for their repair. Even if it's something else they should help due to the short time involved. What codes are you getting?

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Re: 02 Lincoln Navigator Wiring issue.

The codes are
PO708- DEFECTIVE TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR- OPEN OR SHORTED CIRCUIT CONDITION

PO113- AIR TEMP SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH INPUT-- OPEN OR SHORTED CIRCUIT CONDITION- POOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

PO453- FUEL TANK PRESSURE SENSOR DEFECTIVE- CHECK CONNECTOR AND WIRING

P1289- CYLINDER HEAD TEMP SENSOR OUT OF RANGE-HIGH INPUT CHT SENSOR

PO123- THROTTLE/PEDAL SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH -SHORT CIRCUIT CONDITION

PO118-ENGINE COOLANT TEMP SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH INPUT-POOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

PO340- CAM SENSOR CONDITION- CHECK CONNECTOR AND WIRING TO SENSOR

I think there is a problem with the wires that were put back together. What do you think? Ford did not look at them because they were not told by the dealer i bought it from because they forgot to tell them?
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Re: 02 Lincoln Navigator Wiring issue.

That definitly sounds like they need to go back into the harness and repair them correctly. Won't they pay to have it towed back to them?
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