1998 Lincoln Navigator Q&A
1998 Lincoln Navigator Question: car will not start
Could be the battery cables are corroded or loose or the starter could have failed. - hemicuda
This has happen to my Navigator twice. I know this sounds strange but it was the security system that locked the entire system. When you would turn the key just a click then nothing. Triple A insisted it was the battery which it was not. We had been in the car with the engine off and the radio on and then when we went to start the car nothing. The solution that worked for us was to close all the doors from the outside and lock them with the key fob leave the car like that for a few minutes and then using the key fob open doors and start the car. - bethpaige
car wont start,tried to jump start but dident work
then engine shut off. Engine will start but appears to loose compression and will only accelerated to approx 20 mph. 90,000 miles on odometer.
Check engine light recently started coming on
I WENT AND TAKE OUT THE RELAY PLUG PUT IT BACK AND LEAVE THE CAR AND THE CAR START,BUT TRY AGAIN AND WONT START
Check the battery cable ends frequently for corrosion. Corrosion can easily migrate under the cable insulation and cause numerous electrical faults and drivability issues.