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  1. how to replace main fuse & its location how to replace compartment fuse & its location how to check for power seat issues If you have any queries do ask in the comments. Hope it was helpful
  2. Hello All, I just got a 2008 Lincoln MKX AWD from a dealer last month (At 200k KMs I expect it to have some minor issues) and then I noticed some things, which I surely need help with. When I lift the tailgate, the gives a loud thud noise whenever it gets to the top. When reversing, I have noticed like five times now that the car goes into neutral and It won't move at all... I will have to put it into Drive, move forward a bit and put it back in reverse before it works... This morning, it happed twice before leaving the garage. Whenever I make a turn to either side (at a junction or stop sign), I would hear a cranking noise (which increases as i try to force increase speed - probably from the tires) and to reduce the noise, I had to release the pedal and at times, I would have to park for like 3 seconds before continuing. I am wondering if it is the hub that is causing this or something else. Any input would be highly appreciated. Regards
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    SSM 46412 - PTU Idler Gear

    February 27, 2017 MANUFACTURER COMMUNICATION NUMBER: SSM 46412 - PTU Components: POWER TRAIN, EQUIPMENT NHTSA ID Number: 10095858 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 46412 Summary SOME 2007-2016 EDGE/MKX/FLEX/MKT/MKZ/MKS/TAURUS/TAURUS POLICE/EXPLORER/EXPLORER POLICE EQUIPPED WITH ALL WHEEL DRIVE (AWD) AND BUILT ON OR BEFORE 30-JUN-2016 MAY EXHIBIT A TICKING AND/OR KNOCKING NOISE COMING FROM THE DRIVELINE AREA. TO IDENTIFY THIS NOISE, REFER TO WORKSHOP MANUAL (WSM), SECTION 100-04, AND FOLLOW THE SYMPTOM CHART. IF THE SOURCE OF THE NOISE IS IDENTIFIED AS THE PTU AND/OR INTERNAL TO THE PTU, DISASSEMBLE PTU ASSEMBLY. REFER TO UPDATED WSM, SECTION 308-07. IF THE PTU IS DETERMINED TO BE REPAIRABLE, UTILIZE KIT GB5Z-7P258-A (PTU Idler Gear Repair Kit, about $315) AND THE INCLUDED INSTRUCTION SHEET. FOR CLAIMING, USE CAUSAL PART 7P258 AND APPLICABLE LABOR OPERATIONS IN SECTION 07 OF THE SERVICE LABOR TIME STANDARDS (SLTS) MANUAL. 77 Associated Products Vehicles MAKE MODEL YEAR FORD EDGE 2007-2016 FORD EXPLORER 2007-2016 FORD FLEX 2009-2016 FORD TAURUS 2007-2016 FORD TAURUS POLICE INTERCEPTOR 2013-2015 LINCOLN MKS 2009-2016 LINCOLN MKT 2009-2016 LINCOLN MKX 2007-2016 LINCOLN MKZ 2007-2016
  4. I have a 2016 MKX that I believe has a bad rear mirror motor. I have purchased the new motor, but need advice removing the mirror glass to access the mirror motor. I have searched everywhere, but have only found a video that essentially forces the mirror off by reaching behind it and pulling on some clips. I can't really get my fingers behind the mirror glass, and am afraid to force it off the clips for fear of breaking the glass, which is available but very expensive. Does anyone have advice on how to remove the mirror glass to get access to the motor?
  5. SSM 47240 – 2016-2017 Various Vehicles – SYNC 3 Navigation Map Updates Map Upgrades are now available for 2016-2017 Ford and Lincoln vehicles built with SYNC 3 Navigation. The navigation map upgrade for SYNC 3 systems is accomplished with a Universal Serial Bus (USB) drive. The USB drive will need to contain the map data along with the Map License file; both of these files are required to complete the update. The USB drive required to perform map updates can be ordered from the Ford Electronic Service Group on the PTS OASIS Home page on-line 1878 form. The SYNC 3 navigation map upgrade is currently offered as a customer pay upgrade (non warrantable) and a dealer only installation. This navigation map upgrade only covers US/Canada/Mexico. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2016 – 2017 CAR: CG C344N HEV 2017 CAR: PL D544 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 2016 – 2017 CAR: DQ CD539N-EDGE 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: M2 C520 NA (ESCAPE) 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: E4 ECONOLINE 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: B7 EXPEDITION (U222) 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: UB EXPLORER 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: FC P552 F150 2016 – 2017 CAR: CT B299 MCA FNA 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: P3 FLEX (FORD C/O UTILITY) 2016 – 2017 CAR: DH C346 FOCUS FNA 2016 – 2017 CAR: C7 FUSION 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: ME C489 LINCOLN CUV 2016 CAR: LE LINCOLN MKS-SWB/LWB 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: P4 MKT (LINCOLN C/O UTILITY) 2016 – 2017 CAR: D9 U540 – LINCOLN MKX 2016 – 2017 CAR: C9 MKZ (CD533) 2016 – 2017 CAR: ZG MUSTANG (S550) 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: B5 NAVIGATOR (U228) 2017 TRUCK: FE P558 SUPER DUTY – NA 2016 TRUCK: FA P473 SUPER DUTY 2016 – 2017 CAR: PH TAURUS 2016 – 2017 CAR: PH TAURUS 2016 – 2017 CAR: HC V408 (EU) 2016 – 2017 TRUCK: TH TRANSIT V363 FNA
  6. SSM 47251 – 2015-2018 Edge/2016-2018 MKX – Remote Start Selections Grayed Out For Heated Steering Wheel/Heated Seats Some 2015-2018 Edge and 2016-2018 MKX vehicles may exhibit a concern with the remote start selections for heated steering wheel and/or heated seats grayed out in the cluster. To correct this concern, reconfigure the front controls interface module (FCIM) using As-Built Programming. Make sure you are connected to the internet when entering module programming to obtain the latest data. If the concern is still present, refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-10A for the directed self-test for the FCIM. For claiming, use causal part 18842 and applicable labor operations in Section 11 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2015 – 2018 CAR: ED CD539(APA)-EDGE 2015 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N-EDGE 2016 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540 – LINCOLN MKX
  7. SSM 47339 – 2017-2018 Edge/MKX – 3.5L/3.7L – Illuminated Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) -Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P013C Some 2017-2018 Edge vehicles with 3.5L engines and MKX vehicles with 3.7L engines may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTC P013C in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to an exhaust system leak. Exhaust leak inspection should be conducted before performing Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnostics PC/ED Manual diagnostic routines. Inspect for carbon soot/moisture witness marks at all exhaust connections and catalyst monitor sensor (CMS) threads. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-14C. Inspect CMS crush washer to confirm sensor is fully seated in the exhaust pipe. Apply soapy water to exhaust connections including CMS threads, while exhaust flow is restricted at the tailpipe and exhaust system is pressurized at 5 PSI (do not exceed 5 PSI), will increase ability to identify and confirm leaks. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2017 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N EDGE 2017 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540N MKX
  8. SSM 47378 – 2015-2018 Various Vehicles – 2.7L/3.0L EcoBoost – Crankshaft Pulley Bolt Torque Procedure During service and repair of the 2.7L/3.0L EcoBoost achieving proper torque of the crankshaft pulley bolt is critical. Incorrect torque may allow the bolt to loosen resulting in the timing gear breaking and engine damage. Replacement of the bolt is critical to the repair. The bolt requires a 4 stage torque procedure. Hold the pulley using a universal holding tool OTC 4754 or equivalent. Stage 1: 225 Nm (166 lb.ft) Stage 2: Loosen 360° Stage 3: 35 Nm (26 lb.ft) Stage 4: 270°. Refer to the Workshop Manual (WSM) Section, 303-01. The bolt torque procedure can be found in the crankshaft front seal removal and installation procedure or in the engine assembly procedure. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2017 – 2018 CAR: PL D544N CONTINENTAL 2017 – 2018 CAR: PL D544N CONTINENTAL 2015 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N EDGE 2015 – 2018 TRUCK: FC P552N F-150 2017 – 2018 CAR: C7 CD391N FUSION 2016 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540N MKX 2017 – 2018 CAR: C9 CD533N MKZ
  9. SSM 47424 – 2017-2018 Various Vehicles – Speed Compensated Volume Feature Inoperative Some 2017-2018 Continental, MKC, MKX, MKZ, and Fusion vehicles with an instrument panel center mounted speaker and 2017-2018 Escape vehicles with Sony audio systems may exhibit an inoperative speed compensated volume feature. This may be due to the calibration in the audio control module (ACM). To correct the concern, reprogram the ACM to the latest calibration using the appropriate Ford scan tool release 110.03 or higher. Make sure you are connected to the internet when entering module programming to obtain the latest updates. For claiming, use causal part 18C869 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2017 – 2018 CAR: PL D544N CONTINENTAL 2017 – 2018 CAR: C7 CD391N FUSION 2017 – 2018 CAR: C9 CD533N MKZ 2017 – 2018 TRUCK: M2 C520N ESCAPE 2017 – 2018 TRUCK: ME C489N MKC 2017 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540N MKX Service Information & Reprogramming Module Reprogramming Diagnostic Software Interface Device Complete Vehicle Diagnostics Module Programming 1996-2017 Model Year 2018-Present Model Year 1996-2017 Model Year 2018-Present Model Year IDS/FDRS VCM, VCM II, VCMM X X X X FJDS/FDRS Compatible J2534 Devices (Including VCM II and VCMM) X X X Detailed system requirements, installation, and support information for each product is located under the diagnostics tool support tab for each product. Integrated Diagnostic Software (IDS) / Ford Diagnosis & Repair System (FDRS) For use with VCM I, VCM II, VMM and VCMM hardware devices only. The complete factory Ford Motor Company vehicle diagnostic tool that provides complete dealership level vehicle diagnostic coverage for all 1996 to present Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. The IDS software includes time based access to the IDS software, software updates and calibration files. Ford J2534 Diagnostic Software (FJDS) / Ford Diagnosis & Repair System (FDRS) For use with compatible J2534 hardware devices. FJDS software provides Ford Module Programming functionality that covers 1996 to present Ford, Lincoln and Mercury module reprogramming functions, plus complete dealership level vehicle diagnostic software for all 2018 to present Ford and Lincoln vehicles. The FJDS software license includes time based access to the FJDS software, software updates and calibration files. Latest Calibration Information Module Build Data (As-Built) Use VIN to obtain As-Built data www.motorcraftservice.com
  10. NHTSA ID Number: 10099088 Manufacturer Communication Number: TSB 17-0035 Summary SOME 2015-2017 EDGE AND 2016-2017 MKX VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT AN EXHAUST ODOR IN THE VEHICLE WHILE THE CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM IS IN AUTO OR RECIRCULATION MODE. CUSTOMERS MAY INDICATE THE ODOR SMELLS LIKE SULFUR, THE EXHAUST ODORS ARE ENTERING THE VEHICLE CABIN. THIS CONCERN MAY BE MORE PRONOUNCED AFTER HARD ACCELERATION, DRIVING IN HILLY CONDITIONS AND/OR TOWING A TRAILER. WHETHER AND TO WHAT EXTENT ANY OCCUPANT OF THESE VEHICLES EXPERIENCES THE EXHAUST ODOR WILL BE AFFECTED BY DRIVING HABITS, WEATHER, AND INDIVIDUAL SENSITIVITIES. FOLLOW THE SERVICE PROCEDURE STEPS TO CORRECT THE CONDITION. Vehicles MAKE MODEL YEAR FORD EDGE 2015-2017 LINCOLN MKX 2016-2017 No details on this TSB available "freely", hope someone with access can post the additional text, if any. EDIT: Per the link provided by gg (see pdf for full pictorial/text) Exhaust Odor in the Vehicle – 2015-2017 Ford Edge & 2016-2017 Lincoln MKX TSB 17-0035 EXHAUST ODOR IN VEHICLE Publication Date: March 30, 2017 FORD: 2015-2017 Edge LINCOLN: 2016-2017 MKX ISSUE: Some 2015-2017 Edge and 2016-2017 MKX vehicles may exhibit an exhaust odor in the vehicle while the climate control system is in auto or recirculation mode. Customers may indicate the odor smells like sulfur, or the exhaust odors are entering the vehicle cabin. This concern may be more pronounced after hard acceleration, driving in hilly conditions and/or towing a trailer. Whether and to what extent any occupant of these vehicles experiences the exhaust odor will be affected by driving habits, weather, and individual sensitivities ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE Does the customer report an exhaust odor inside the vehicle under hard acceleration, towing a trailer, driving in hilly conditions or with the climate control system in auto or recirculate? Yes – proceed to Step 2. No – this article does not apply. Check the rear doors are shut tightly and the edges are correctly aligned with the rear quarter panel. Adjust the door striker as needed. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-03. Visually inspect the rear liftgate weatherstrip seal for proper seating to the body of the vehicle. Check the weatherstrip contact mark around the entire liftgate to make sure the liftgate is correctly aligned. Reposition the liftgate as required to obtain a proper seal. Refer to WSM, Section 501-03. Make sure the liftgate drain plugs are installed correctly on the liftgate. Reposition as required. MKX (Figure 1) liftgate drain plugs Figure 1 – 17-0035 Edge (Figure 2) liftgate drain plugs Figure 2 – 17-0035 Remove the left and right rear lamp assemblies. Refer to WSM Section 417-01. Inspect the horizontal and vertical surfaces of the rear tail lamp assembly mounting area for holes or gaps in the body sealer. If any holes or gaps are found, seal with Motorcraft® Seam Sealer or equivalent. Verify all rear tail lamp assembly body plugs, plastic anchor nuts and wiring grommets are fully seated against the body. (Figures 3 – 4) tail lamp assembly body plugs Figure 3 – 17-0035 tail lamp assembly body plugs Figure 4 – 17-0035 On the MKX, remove the right and left rear quarter panel moulding. Refer to WSM, Section 501-08. Remove the rear bumper cover. Refer to WSM, Section 501-19. Remove the right and left rear quarter panel inner wheel liner. (Figure 5) inner wheel liner Figure 5 – 17-0035 Inspect the entire length of the joined inner fender panels for large, obvious panel gaps or body sealer gaps. Closely inspect for gaps in the following areas. If any gaps are found, seal with Motorcraft® Seam Sealer or equivalent. Lower arch edge. Upper edge of the wheel arch. (Figure 6) joined inner fender panels Figure 6 – 17-0035 Upper wheel arch area, from the back, where the outer and inner body panels meet. (Figure 7) outer and inner body panels meet Figure 7 – 17-0035 Check that all rear body plugs and plastic anchor nuts located beneath the bumper cover are fully seated against the body. (Figure 8) rear body plugs Figure 8 – 17-0035 Make sure the two plastic pushpins used to attach the sound insulation piece to the lower edge of the body are fully seated. (Figure 9) two plastic pushpins Figure 9 – 17-0035 Inspect the rear liftgate and verify that all four plastic license plate anchor nuts have been installed correctly. (Figure 10) plastic license plate anchor nuts Figure 10 – 17-0035 Raise the vehicle on the hoist and verify that all underbody plugs and grommets are fully seated. (Figure 11 – 12) underbody plugs and grommets Figure 11 – 17-0035 underbody plugs and grommets Figure 12 – 17-0035 Prepare the vehicle for a cabin pressurization test. Use masking tape to cover all air extractors and any open bolt holes located behind the rear bumper cover. (Figure 9) Cover the license plate anchor nuts by installing the license plate screws or tape over them. After waiting 1 hour since the last seam sealer application to allow for dry time, start the vehicle, set the climate control to fresh air mode and set blower speed to maximum. Close all doors and windows. Using soapy water in a spray bottle, spray soapy water at suspected leak points on the vehicle. Note all leak areas identified by the presence of air bubbles. Inspect the tail lamp openings and check for leaks at the seams, in the body sealer, and around plastic grommets and mounting nuts. (Figure 13) tail lamp openings Figure 13 – 17-0035 Inspect the area of the liftgate that meets the tail lamps for air leaks along the panel seams. (Figure 14) area of the liftgate that meets the tail lamps Figure 14 – 17-0035 Check for air leaks at all rear side body plugs, liftgate, grommets and pushpins. (Figures 15 – 16) rear side body plugs, liftgate, grommets and pushpins Figure 15 – 17-0035 rear side body plugs, liftgate, grommets and pushpins Figure 16 – 17-0035 For the Edge, check for air leaks around the liftgate release switch housing and release switch located at the top of the housing. (Figure 17) liftgate release switch housing Figure 17 – 17-0035 Closely check all body seams and body sealer applications located behind the rear bumper cover for air leaks, especially near the extractor vents. (Figure 18) behind the rear bumper cover Figure 18 – 17-0035 Check the rear inner fender panel seams and body sealer applications for air leaks, especially at the top of the wheel arch and at the lower edges. (Figure 7) Raise the vehicle and inspect the entire upper and lower seams around the spare tire well for sealer gaps and air leaks. (Figure 19) spare tire well Figure 19 – 17-0035 Check the left and right boxed sections located at the rear underside of the vehicle for leaks at the seams and at any body plugs or grommets. Thoroughly check the rest of the rear underside of the vehicle for air leaks. (Figures 20 – 21) rear underside of the vehicle Figure 20 – 17-0035 rear underside of the vehicle Figure 21 – 17-0035 Turn off the engine and climate control. Clean and dry all leak areas noted earlier. Seal all observed leaks as necessary using Motorcraft® Seam Sealer or equivalent. Example of resealed spare tire well. (Figure 22) resealed spare tire well Figure 22 – 17-0035 Example of resealing along lower right rear of vehicle. (Figure 23) resealing along lower right rear of vehicle Figure 23 – 17-0035 Example of lower box seams and body plugs. (Figure 24) lower box seams and body plugs Figure 24 – 17-0035 Edge air leak identified at the liftgate switch. Remove and reseal the liftgate switch. Refer to WSM, Section 501-14. Remove the liftgate switch. Apply a thin bead of Motorcraft® Seam Sealer or equivalent around the outer edge of the liftgate switch. (Figure 25) outer edge of the liftgate switch Figure 25 – 17-0035 Reinstall the liftgate switch. Inspect the liftgate switch from the bottom to verify no seam sealer has spilled out onto the switch. Clean as necessary. (Figure 26) liftgate switch Figure 26 – 17-0035 Remove all installed masking tape. Verify the air extractors are not deformed. Replace the air extractor if it is damaged or warped. Reinstall the rear bumper cover. Refer to WSM, Section 501-19. Reinstall the rear tail lamp assemblies. Refer to WSM, Section 417-01. Reinstall the right and left rear quarter panel splash shields and wheel opening trim moldings. Refer to WSM, Section 501-08. Remove liftgate spoiler. Refer WSM, Section 501-08. Remove and discard the original spoiler retainer clips with foam clip seals. Install new spoiler retainer clips with foam seals. (Figure 27) spoiler retainer clips with foam seals Figure 27 – 17-0035 Seal the water hose at the tower foam with Motorcraft® Seam Sealer or equivalent. Tower seal for Edge. (Figure 28) Tower seal for Edge Figure 28 – 17-0035 Tower seal for MKX. (Figure 29) Tower seal for MKX Figure 29 – 17-0035 Before reinstalling the spoiler, check all of the spoiler retainer clip holes in the liftgate are flat. Use a plastic head hammer or a block of wood to flatten any clip holes that might have been raised during spoiler removal. Reinstall the spoiler. Once installed, the spoiler tower seal and foam strip will compress around the rear washer hose and wiring. Reprogram the heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC) module to the latest calibration using IDS release 104.05 or higher. Make sure you are connected to the internet when entering module programming to obtain the latest updates. Calibration files may also be obtained at www.motorcraftservice.com. When reprogramming the HVAC, IDS will have additional questions which will require a yes response to reprogram the module. Obtain Locally Part Number Part Description 164-R4901 PVC (Soft Foam) Strips – Rotunda Squeak and Rattle Repair Kit PART NUMBER PART NAME EM2Z-61280B62-CA Grille – Air Inlet TA-2-B Motorcraft® Seam Sealer W716328-S300 Spoiler Trim Pin OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME MT170035 Use SLTS Operations If Available; Claim Additional Diagnosis Or Labor Performed As Actual Time Actual Time WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 61280B62 42 TSB 17-0035_Exhaust Odor in Vehicle 2015+ Edge MKX.pdf
  11. Some 2015-2018 Edge and 2016-2018 MKX vehicles may require the replacement of the interior quarter trim cargo net hook. The cargo net hook can be serviced separately and no longer requires replacement of the interior quarter trim panel – Edge: H2GZ-78454A46-AA (Ebony), MKX: H2GZ-78454A46-BA (Coffee), H2GZ-78454A46-BB (Quartz), H2GZ-78454A46-BC (Black), H2GZ-78454A46-BD (Espresso). Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-05 for the updated repair procedure. APPLICABLE VEHICLES 2015 – 2018 CAR: DQ CD539N-EDGE 2016 – 2018 CAR: D9 U540 – LINCOLN MKX
  12. Hey My Lincoln was parked for a few months, battery went dead. I removed it, had it charged and reinstalled. All is well. My sync screen comes on, it says "Performing Scheduled Maintenance..." the progress bar goes to 90%ish and just freezes. Tried removing battery terminal/fuse, radio comes on and If I use the steering wheel controls I can set stations, Sirius Sat., usb drives I plug in play. Volume and all other button work fine also. All while the screens stays at 90%. The web site won't let me re-download the update. Says it was done in May of 2011 to Gen2 v2.8 BT4T-14D544-BJ. Not possible to pair / use phone at all. But, While the progress bar is completing I can hit the screen a few time and the home button pops up on the bottom. No text on any labels, but I can select a different screen mode and it changes to my custom wallpaper I had set. Once the progress bar reachs its freeze point at roughly 90% the home button becomes unresponsive. Anyone have/know where I can re-download the appropriate update file to try before I bring it too the dealer. Thanks James
  13. 2015-2016 Edge/MKX And 2013-2016 Explorer/Taurus – Automatic Transmission Fluid Leaking From The PTU Temperature Sensor Some 2015-2016 Edge/MKX and 2013-2016 Explorer/Taurus vehicles may exhibit a condition where automatic transmission fluid (ATF) may appear to be leaking from the power transfer unit (PTU) temperature sensor. ATF in the area of the PTU temperature sensor may be the result of a leaking right hand (RH) intermediate shaft seal deflector. Replacement of the PTU temperature sensor will not resolve this condition. To correct the condition replace the RH intermediate shaft seal. Refer to Workshop Manual, Section 308-07.
  14. Rear Doors Freezing – 2016-2017 Lincoln MKX TSB 17-0030 REAR DOOR(S) FREEZING Publication Date: March 16, 2017 LINCOLN: 2016-2017 MKX ISSUE: Some 2016-2017 MKX vehicles may exhibit one or both rear doors that are hard to open in freezing temperatures. This may be due to water entering and freezing the rear door exterior latch cable. ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE Remove both rear door latches and replace both rear door exterior latch cables. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-14. * It is not necessary to remove the interior door latch cable from the door latch assembly. * It is not necessary to remove the latch from the handle reinforcement assembly. To install, reverse the removal procedure. PART NUMBER PART NAME FA1Z-58266A46-B Exterior Door Latch Cable OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 170030A 2016-2017 MKX Without One Touch Up/Down Rear Door Windows: Replace The Exterior Latch Cables Both (2) Rear Doors (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.4 Hrs. 170030B 2016-2017 MKX With One Touch Up/Down Rear Door Windows: Replace The Exterior Latch Cables Both (2) Rear Doors Includes Time To Perform Power Door Window Initialization (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.7 Hrs. WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 58266A46 01 TSB 17-0030 Rear Doors Freezing – 2016-2017 Lincoln MKX.pdf
  15. Okay, so Ive tried digging around the forum and saw something similar but not exactly what I need. I purchased a 2011 Edge Limited earlier this year and quickly noticed that there were other similar (2011-2014) Edge's with different side mirrors installed. My Edge currently has the "bigger" side mirrors with the blind spot mirrors and heated functionality. My question is...Can I swap the side mirrors from my Edge with the newer side mirrors with turn signals (less BLIS) and heated functionality? Thanks in advance! Also, just traded in my wife's '12 MKS w/Ecoboost (Sadly) for a 2013 MKS and hers has the mirrors I want (Expect I don't need the BLIS feature) and that has made me want the mirrors on my Edge even more!
  16. Hello - there is limited 2007 lincoln mkx hoods available in salvage and new is ridiculously expensive. There are a LOT of 2007-2010 Edge hoods - the body I hear is the same - if thats true can I use an edge hood for my mkx? Thanks!!!
  17. February 2, 2017 MANUFACTURER COMMUNICATION NUMBER: SSM 46355 Summary MULTIPLE 2014-2016 VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH 6F35 TRANSMISSION AND BUILT ON 1-JAN-2014 AND THROUGH 31-DEC-2015 MAY EXHIBIT HARSH REVERSE ENGAGEMENT AND HARSH/DELAYED 3RD AND 5TH GEAR UP/DOWN SHIFTS WITH NO DTCS PRESENT. THIS MAY BE DUE TO A MECHANICALLY BINDING SHIFT SOLENOID B (SSB). VERIFY HARSH REVERSE AND 3RD AND 5TH GEAR SHIFT EVENTS ARE PRESENT. USING IDS, IDENTIFY THE BAND NUMBER OF SSB FOR USE WHEN ORDERING PARTS. REMOVE THE MAIN CONTROL. DISASSEMBLE AND THOROUGHLY CLEAN THE VALVE BODY AND SOLENOID BODY TO REMOVE ANY CONTAMINANTS. REPLACE SSB, REFER TO WORKSHOP MANUAL (WSM) SECTION 307-01. USING IDS, CLEAR TRANSMISSION ADAPTIVE TABLES. FOR CLAIMING, USE CAUSAL PART 7G383 AND APPLICABLE LABOR OPERATIONS IN SECTION 7 OF THE SERVICE LABOR TIME STANDARDS (SLTS) MANUAL. MAKE MODEL YEAR FORD C-MAX 2015-2016 FORD EDGE 2014-2016 FORD ESCAPE 2014-2016 FORD EXPLORER 2014-2016 FORD FIESTA 2014-2015 FORD FOCUS 2014-2016 FORD FUSION 2014-2016 FORD TAURUS 2014-2016 FORD TRANSIT CONNECT 2014-2016 LINCOLN MKC 2015-2016 LINCOLN MKT 2014-2016 LINCOLN MKX 2014-2016 LINCOLN MKZ 2014-2016
  18. 2015-2017 Edge/MKX/Escape/MKC/Fusion/MKZ/Explorer – 2.0L/2.3L – Engine Appearance Cover Service Information Some 2015-2017 Edge/MKX, Escape/MKC, Fusion/MKZ and Explorer vehicles equipped with a 2.0L or 2.3L may exhibit damage to the engine appearance cover, valve cover and/or intake manifold when attempting to remove the appearance cover. To reduce the possibility of damage, carefully pull straight upward on the underside of the cover at each fastener location to remove. Do not pull the cover forward or to the side. Before installing the engine appearance cover, apply Motorcraft silicone brake caliper grease and dielectric compound (XG-3-A) to the cover fastener grommets. Workshop Manual (WSM) information is in the process of being updated.
  19. CLIMATE CONTROLLED SEATS – LACK OF COOLING/HEATING FROM FRONT SEAT BOTTOM CUSHION- BUILT ON OR BEFORE 3/31/2016 Publication Date: April 26, 2016 2016 MKX ISSUE: Some 2016 MKX vehicles equipped with climate controlled seats and built on or before 3/31/2016 may exhibit a lack of cooling/heating from the front seat bottom cushion due to a lack of air flow through the climate controlled seat bottom cushion duct. ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Does the vehicle exhibit a lack of cooling/heating from the front driver and/or passenger climate controlled seat bottom cushion. a. Yes – proceed to step 2. b. No – this article does not apply. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-10 for normal diagnostics. 2. Are any DTCs present in the front seat climate control module (SCME)? a. Yes – this article does not apply. Refer to WSM, Section 501-10 for normal diagnostics. b. No – proceed to step 3. 3. Replace the front seat bottom cushion on the affected seat(s) as follows: a. Driver seat bottom cushion. 1. If equipped with a 10-way power seat, this article does not apply. Refer to WSM, Section 501-10 for normal diagnostics. 2. If equipped with a 16-way power seat, replace the seat bottom cushion. Refer to WSM, Section 501-10. b. Passenger seat bottom cushion. 1. For 10-way and 16-way power seats, replace the seat bottom cushion with the occupant classification sensor (OCS) service kit. Refer to WSM, Section 501-20. PART NUMBER PART NAME FA1Z-58632A22-BB 10-Way Passenger Climate Seat Bottom Cushion OCS Service Kit FA1Z-58632A22-CC 10-Way Passenger Climate Seat Bottom Cushion OCS Service Kit (Black Label) FA1Z-58632A22-J 16-Way Passenger Climate Seat Bottom Cushion OCS Service Kit FA1Z-58632A23-G 16-Way Driver Climate Seat Bottom Cushion OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 160077A 2016 MKX Without Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace The Left Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 0.9 Hr. 160077B 2016 MKX Without Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace The Right Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure Includes Time For OCS (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.0 Hr. 160077C 2016 MKX Without Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace Both Right And Left Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure Includes Time For OCS (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.6 Hrs. 160077D 2016 MKX With Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace The Left Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 0.9 Hr. 160077E 2016 MKX With Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace The Right Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure Includes Time For OCS (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.2 Hrs. 160077F 2016 MKX With Multi-Contour Seats: Diagnose And Replace Both Right And Left Front Seat Bottom Cushion Following The Service Procedure Includes Time For OCS (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.8 Hrs. WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 58632A22 42
  20. INCORRECT MEMORY SEAT OPERATION AND/OR EASY ENTRY/EXIT SEAT OPERATION – BUILT ON OR BEFORE 3/11/2016 Publication Date: June 16, 2016 2016 Explorer, 2016 MKX ISSUE: Some 2016 Explorer and MKX vehicles built on or before 3/11/2016 may exhibit a memory seat that does not return to the programmed position when pressing the memory seat switch or programmed intelligent access (IA) key; and/or easy entry/exit function that does not return to the previous seat position. ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Check the vehicle build date. Was the vehicle built on or before 3/11/2016? a. Yes – proceed to Step 2. b. No – this article does not apply. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-10 for normal diagnostics. 2. Reprogram the driver seat module (DSM) to the latest calibration using the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) version 100.05 or higher. Make sure you are connected to the internet when entering module programming to obtain the latest calibration. Calibration files may also be obtained at www.motorcraftservice.com. 3. Use IDS to perform a DSM reset. Select the following: a. Body b. Service functions c. DSM reset and press the tick mark. 4. Use the IDS to update the as-built data in the DSM. Select the following: a. Module programming and press the tick mark. b. As-built c. DSM and press the tick mark. d. You may see a screen requesting VIN verification. Press the tick mark. e. Verify the VIN is correct by selecting yes. f. Select no if the IDS asks were you sent here for part numbers or from another procedure. g. Automatic and press the tick mark. h. Follow the IDS prompts to complete the procedure. After completing the procedure, advise the customer their memory seat locations and IA keys with programmed seat locations will need to be reset. OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 160090A 2016 Explorer And MKX: Reprogram And Reset The DSM Following The Service Procedure (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 0.4 Hr. WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 14C708 04 ________________________________________ Module Reprogramming & Initialization Software necessary to program electronic modules to the latest calibration level, perform module initialization (PATS), and set Programmable Parameters on Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. Ford Module Programming (FMP) is a software application that allows subscribers to program electronic modules on Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. It can be used for: • Reprogramming emission-related (OBDII) modules on some vehicles manufactured in 1995 and all vehicles manufactured from 1996 to the present • Reprogramming or reconfiguring non-emission-related modules on many vehicles (UBP and MS-CAN not supported) In addition, module initialization (PATS) functions such as Keycode Erase/Reprogram and PCM Parameter Reset can be done using this application. J2534 Device using Ford Module Programming (FMP) can Reprogram and Configure most Modules. Latest Calibration Information Module Build Data (As-Built) Use VIN to obtain As-Built data www.motorcraftservice.com
  21. 2.7L – UNDER HOOD KNOCK/TAP NOISE FROM THE FUEL FEED TUBE – BUILT ON 10/29/2015 AND THROUGH 4/1/2016 Publication Date: July 7, 2016 2015-2016 Edge, 2016 MKX ISSUE: Some 2015-2016 Edge and 2016 MKX vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine and built on 10/29/2015 and through 4/1/2016 may exhibit a knocking/tapping noise that can be heard in the fuel feed tube that attaches to the high pressure fuel pump on the engine. This may be due to a loose check valve located in the fuel feed tube. ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Check the vehicle build date. Was the vehicle built on 10/29/2015 and through 4/1/2016? a. Yes – proceed to Step 2. b. No – this article does not apply. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 100-04. 2. Inspect the oetiker clamp on the fuel pump feed tube. Can the clamp be rotated by hand on the fuel feed tube? (Figure 1A) Figure 1 a. Yes – replace the fuel feed tube and vapor tube. Proceed to Step 3. b. No – this article does not apply. Refer to WSM, Section 100-04. 3. Release the fuel system pressure. Refer to WSM, Section 310-00. 4. Disconnect the battery ground cable. Refer to WSM, Section 414-01. 5. If equipped, remove the two retainers and remove the engine appearance cover. Torque: 5 Nm (44 lb-in) 6. Remove the right hand air cleaner outlet pipe. Refer to WSM, Section 303-12. 7. Disconnect the fuel feed tube and vapor tube quick release couplings. Refer to WSM, Section 310-00. (Figure 1B) 8. If equipped, remove the retainers and the floor pan underbody shields. (Figure 2) Figure 2 9. Remove the retainers and the front crossmember brace. Torque: 45 Nm (33 lb-ft). (Figure 3) Figure 3 10. Disconnect the fuel feed tube-to-fuel tank and vapor tube quick release couplings. Refer to WSM, Section 310-00. (Figure 4A) Figure 4 11. Remove and discard the fuel feed tube, vapor tube and eight mounting brackets. (Figures 1C, 4B, 5A and 5B) Figure 5 a. It is not necessary to remove the two brake lines. 12. On the new fuel/brake line bundle, remove and discard the two brake lines from the fuel/brake line bundle. 13. Install the new fuel feed tube, vapor tube, and eight mounting brackets on the vehicle. 14. To install, reverse the removal procedure. PART NUMBER PART NAME F2GZ-9J279-A Fuel Feed Tube/Vapor Tube OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 160094A 2015-2016 Edge 2016 MKX 2.7L EcoBoost: Inspect And Replace The Fuel Feed And Vapor Tube Following The Service Procedure (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 1.0 Hr. WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage And Emissions Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 9J279 12
  22. TSB 16-0138 2.7L – 6F50/6F55 – BUZZ, HUM OR MOAN NOISE FROM THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT AT 40 KM/H (25 MPH) Publication Date: October 7, 2016 LINCOLN: 2016 MKX ISSUE: Some 2016 MKX vehicles equipped with a 2.7L engine and 6F50/6F55 transmission may exhibit a buzz, hum or moan noise from the engine compartment at 40 Km/h (25 MPH) and above or at engine speeds from 2000 to 3500 RPM. This may be due to the transmission fluid cooler tube. ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure step to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE Replace the transmission fluid cooler tube. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-02. PART NUMBER PART NAME G2GZ-7C410-A Transmission Fluid Cooler Tube XT-10-QLVC Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission Fluid OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 160138A 2016 MKX 2.7L: Replace The Transmission Fluid Cooler Tube (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operations) 0.9 Hr. WARRANTY STATUS Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage. Warranty/ESP coverage limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. Warranty/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool. DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 7C410 42
  23. 2016 Edge/MKX – 2.7L – Rough Idle – Misfire DTCs – White Or Blue Exhaust Smoke And/Or Excessive Oil Consumption – Built On 1-Apr-2016 And Through 1-Oct-2016 Some 2016 Edge/MKX vehicles equipped with a 2.7L engine and built on 1-Apr-2016 and through 1-Oct-2016 may exhibit a rough idle in neutral or park at normal operating temperature or after a hot restart, white or blue smoke from the exhaust, excessive oil consumption and/or an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306 and/or P0316. Suspect the cylinder heads as the cause for this issue. If the vehicle also exhibits P0524 and/or P06DD suspect the long block as the cause for this issue.
  24. Working on some mods for 2011 lincoln mkx awd limited dual headrest moniters nav,fully loaded 22" Foose rims with lexani tires Custom color matched Wheel Dust Covers with Lincoln Logo cut out (Looks Sick) chrome mirror covers window pillars chromed lowering springs on the way with camber kit will have installed in a week 1.65" in front 1.25" in rear custom dash kit matching red and black carbon fiber ghost light with logo on doors future mods will be magnaflow exhaust system cold air intake perfomance chip Was thing of putting chrome plate behind dust cover to showcase the logo in between the spokes on the rims
  25. New to the site and most definitely a neophyte when it comes to auto electronics. After replacing the drivers side headlamp assembly 6 mos ago ($700), come out today to find the same lamp out. R) side still works. Seems that it is on a differnt fuse. My local service guy thinks it may be the SJB. Dealer no longer carries the part so aftermarket then. ($450 parts and labor) My question is: Can this be bypassed? pros/cons Thanks in advance for any guidance you can provide. JG
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