What is wrong with a Lincoln Navigator when the engine and battery and abs lights are on?
I would check your alternator*(check the spelling).
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
Lincoln navigator 2004 you start the engine try to put in drive the leaver does not move you took of the cover of transmission there is a small button if you push it then it can be put in drive?
On a 2004 Lincoln Navigator : Starting on ( page 244 ) of the Owner Guide it explains the Brake Shift Interlock and what to do if you cannot shift out of PARK ( you've already done that ) Check to see if the brake lights are working , or it is possible that the fuse for the Brake Shift Interlock has blown and is no good
If a car's oil battery engine temperature and engine lights come on and then the car slows down and dies is it the car's alternator or is it the battery?
What is it when the tail lights stay on and interior lights stay on and make clicking sound on 94 stealth?
The engine is clicking with all of the interior lights on? Dead battery... and for future reference... if there is no clicking= really dead battery and it might not recharge. In that case check the alternator, if the alternator is still good, just buy a new battery. If the battery continues to fail to recharge get a new alternator.
They dim at idle speed because the headlight is run off of the stator, not the battery. At lower engine speed, the rotor is spinning slower and therefore generating less electricity. Most vehicles run the lights off of the battery, and all of the charge out of the generator or alternator recharges the battery, but not the CT70. The tail lights and some accessory lights run off the battery on the ct70.
Can a loose positive battery cable prevent the alternator from charging the batter and can it cause a battery drain while the engine is not running?
Yes, a loose battery cable will prevent the alternator from charging the battery. The drain on the battery is not caused by the engine not running unless an accessory is left on. Most likely, the drain is caused by accessories (radio, lights, etc) while the engine is running due to the battery not receiving its charge from the alternator and then not having enough charge left to start the engine.