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What is wrong with a Lincoln Navigator when the engine and battery and abs lights are on?


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2006-09-17 23:44:53
2006-09-17 23:44:53

I would check your alternator*(check the spelling).

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My Navigator was doing that too, i later found out it was my alternator, i have a system in there too and it wasnt strong enough, everytime the bass would hit, even with a new battery, the lights would go dim, so i had to buy a stronger alternator, and it hasn't done that since, the stock one produces 100 Volts, if you have a system get aleast a 130 or better

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