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About Lincoln Navigator

Helped to invent the full-size luxury SUV segment and being the pioneer in this segment, Lincoln Navigator has been built by the Lincoln Motor Company, which is a division of the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company that sells luxury vehicles under the Lincoln brand, since 1997 as a full-size luxury Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Originally introduced as the counterpart to the Ford Expedition, Navigator is the heaviest model in Lincoln lineup. With the greatest cargo capacity and the first non-limousine Lincoln to offer seating for more than six people, Navigator now is in its fourth generation.
The third-generation Lincoln Navigator was produced from August 2, 2006, to July 2, 2017, based on the Ford T1 platform. Unveiled at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show, Navigator was offered in XL and XXL sizes, the latter in the form of the long-wheelbase called Navigator L. It came in Select, Select 4WD and Reserve trim levels with an elimination of Luxury and Ultimate. During this generation, Navigator was powered by a 5.4 L V8 and a 3.5 L V6, both engines sent power through the 6-speed automatic transmission to either rear wheels or four wheels. The most recent Navigator made its debut at the 2016 New York International Auto Show as a concept car and was produced at the T3 platform. The production version was unveiled at the 2017 New York Auto Show with same trim levels carried over from the previous generation. Now, Navigator is powered by a 3.5 L V6 rated at 380 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque and power is sent through a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Lincoln Navigator Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Though Lincoln Navigator often appeals large families and drivers who have a boat or trailer to tow, it also suffers from subpar fuel economy, sluggish acceleration, sloppy handling and not the luxurious interior. As the accumulation of mileage, these common problems on Navigator may get exposed:
First, engine failure on Lincoln Navigator is serious enough, but the cooling system often fails as well to deteriorate all. In order to avoid these problems from destroying your vehicle completely, the best solution for you is to diagnose and solve them as early as possible. according to experienced Navigator, these recognizable and simple symptoms could help you. First of all, you will hear a whining noise from the front of the vehicle, if you leave it unattended, the engine will go worse such as running roughly, misfiring, stalling and even suffering from starting issues; if the engine keeps overheating and stays at a high temperature, then it will end up with slow acceleration response and poor fuel efficiency. Both the lit Check Engine Light and Low Coolant Light are signs to warn you that thorough inspection on Navigator fan shroud, coolant reservoir, throttle cable, ignition coil, fuel filter, air filter and EGR valve gasket.
Second, issues on suspension, steering, braking and transmission systems are also headaches for Lincoln Navigator drivers. The suspension failure is often the culprit of poor handling, loud clicking noises when turning, excessive vibration, uneven tire wear and unintentional steering, which could be attributed to the Navigator control arm, shock absorber, axle shaft, ball joint, and sway bar bushing. Steering failure lies on the Navigator power steering hose, tie rod end and tie end, braking failure is caused by the Navigator brake line, hydraulic hose, brake backing plate and brake dust shields while Navigator automatic transmission filter should take the responsibility of transmission failure.
In Lincoln Navigator, some electrical parts are easy to wear due to a high frequency of usage. Therefore, you need to maintain the Navigator blower motor resistor, window regulator, parking assist distance sensor, transmission sensor, seat motor, seat switch, power window motor, ignition lock cylinder and seat seater switch routinely to make sure they work normally. Other parts such as Navigator wheel cover, headlight, steering wheel, fog light bulb, headlight, windshield wiper, wiper blade, and wiper arm should be on the routine maintenance list as well thanks to their important roles. should be your prime online parts store for OEM Lincoln Navigator auto parts since it carries a complete catalog of lowest-priced genuine Lincoln Navigator auto parts backed by the manufacturer's warranty. These OEM Navigator parts are guaranteed to be of high quality, reliable and durable. Hassle-free return policy and fastest delivery service also get your back.