Lincoln Navigator owners manuals
- Turn off the suspension switch before lifting the car with air suspension.
- Corrosion on battery wire ends.
- Issues with the EGR system in high dust areas.
- Scenting coolant and overheating with no obvious leaks.
- Overheating caused by a broken impeller.
- Head gaskets may drip oil.
The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size SUV sold by Lincoln, a brand of Ford Motor Company as the 1998 model year. Marketed essentially in North America, the Navigator is the Lincoln equivalent of the Ford Expedition. While not the largest car ever marketed by the brand, it is the heaviest production Lincoln ever produced. It is also the Lincoln with the greatest load space and the first non-limousine Lincoln to give room for more than six people.
Lincoln Navigator making was sourced from 1997 to 2009 at the Michigan Assembly Factory in Wayne. As of 2007, making has also been sourced from the Kentucky Truck Factory in Louisville.
The Lincoln Navigator is offered in three trims levels: Base, Reserve, and Black Label. Each is equipped with a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine (450 horsepower, 500 lb-ft of torque) and comes paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is regular, and all-wheel drive is optional on all trims.
All Navigator trims can be equipped with a long-wheelbase, or L, models. They add about 10 inches of length, increasing passenger and load space, and expanding fuel-tank capacity from 23 to 27 gallons.
Lincoln Navigator known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Lincoln Navigator are: