2004 Lincoln Navigator Start Up, Engine & In Depth Tour

I give a full tour & show a bunch of the details in the interior & exterior. Be advised the next few videos I'll be uploading will have the same intros. In my future videos There will be a new intro so stay tuned

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2004 Lincoln Navigator Review
Today we'll be looking at this custom, low mileage 2004 Lincoln Navigator showing you many of the features that this truck has to offer Exterior Color: Light French Silk Clearcoat Metallic Interior: custom Light Parchment Engine: 5.4 DOHC 32v Intech V8 Transmission: 4R100 4 Speed Automatic (same transmission in the Super Duty) Power: 300 hp & 355 lb-ft Torque Towing Capacity: 7,000 lbs Fuel Economy: Heavy Duty Trucks aren't required to meet the EPA but this truck roughly gets 12 City, 17 Highway on Recommended Premium Unleaded Gas This truck was provided by Boerne Truck Sales in Boerne, Texas, if you have any further questions about this vehicle or any of the other vehicles on their lot please call them at (830) 816-5444 or go to their website: http://www.btsloans.com//

2004 Lincoln Navigator
Engine: 5.4L V-8, Exterior Colour: Black Interior Colour: Tan VIN: 5LMFU28R54LJ20600 Stock #: N140137-1 Kilometres: 210323 Selling for $4995 As Is

How to connect auxiliary to a 2004 Lincoln navigator
This video shows how to connect AUX cable to a 2003 to 2006 Lincoln navigator the easy way all it needs is to have a rear entertainment center that has RCA jacks once you're done all you got to do is press DVD on your deck and then press DVD auxiliary you're good to go. You will need to buy a cable that has auxiliary to RCA audio.

1 of 2 How to fix a stalling or shuttering Navigator, Aviator , 2004-2006 +
How to fix a stalling vehicle. 2004+ Lincoln Navigator Howto. Two videos - 2004-2006+ Linclon 5.4 liter engine Navigator, Aviator. Replacing or cleaning the AIC or Air Idle Control will do the trick if your truck has 60-150K+ miles on it. This is a typical symptom of many cars that use an AIC. The second symptom is shuttering or a very quick drop of power while accelerating. The part that looks like it solved the issue is the Throttle position sensor located to the right of the full trottle body (modern carburator). Both of these are perfect for the DYI'er. The second issue it one of a few items that could cause this issue, but this is the easiest to replace and most mechanics would replace this along with a few other parts like the MAPP sensor and the rpm sensor. Good luck