2007 Lincoln Mark LT Problems
RepairPal has identified the most common problems with the 2007 Lincoln Mark LT based on complaints from actual vehicle owners. We'll tell you what the problem is and what it'll take to fix it.
A ticking noise may be noted from the engine caused by one or more stuck or collapsed valve lash adjusters. The repair involves inspecting and replacing lash adjusters as necessary.
The 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT with manual temperature and fan controls may have problems with the the blower motor only blowing air on certain settings. Most commonly the fan will only run on the highest setting. This is a well documented problem, and is caused by a failing blower motor resistor.
Correcting the problem is straight forward, and requires replacement of the small resistor. The resistor is normally found behind the glove box, next to the blower motor.
Our technicians tell us the spark plugs in the 5.4L V8 engine can be very difficult to remove. Ford has issued a service bulletin (08-7-6) to address this issue, which includes a recommended procedure on how to remove the plugs. Failure to follow the recommended procedure can result in the one or more spark plugs breaking off in the cylinder head.
The recommend procedure is as follows. Using this procedure will greatly reduce the chance of breaking a spark plug.
1. Break the spark plugs loose when the engine is warm.
2. Turn each plug 1/8 to 1/4 turn and soak the treads with 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon of Motorcraft Carburetor Tune-Up Cleaner or a quality penetrating oil. Do not try to remove the plugs at this time.
3. Let the threads soak for at least 15 minutes.
4. After the soak period, tighten and loosen each spark plug, working it back and forth until the turning effort is reduced. Then, you can remove the spark plug.
There are special tools available to remove the broken spark plugs and repair shops will often charge additional labor time, over and above the quoted spark plug replacement cost, for the removal of each broken spark plug.
A rattle, chirp, or squeak noise may be noted from the rear window area. This can be caused by excessive clearance between the glass and the run channels. The recommended repair is to clean and lubricate the run channels and add foam tape as necessary to decrease the clearance.
A shimmy or nibble may be noted from the steering at various speeds. The tires may be at fault and/or a steering gear damper may need to be installed. Our technicians recommend to check tires for excess run-out and replace and balance as necessary. Additionally, if needed install a steering gear damper.