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    PO128 Code 2003 Lincoln Town car

    Hi, Got a P0128 code on a 2003 Lincoln Town Car, 64,000 miles 4.6 Liter. Scanner says: Coolant thermostat below thermostat regulating temperature Non-mil 1/2 Confirmed 2/2 Reset computer and drive about 60 miles (mostly highway speeds) and it did not come back on. No leaks, coolant level...
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    Engine and transmission swap 1999 Blazer to 1999 Sonoma

    Please fill out the following to ask a question. Hi everyone, Will need to replace the motor and transmission in 1999 gmc sonoma 4x2 pickup. Have located a 1999 Chevy blazer 4x4 as the donor vehicle. ( I want to keep the sonoma pickup as a 4x2, no desire to make it a 4x4) Would like to...
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    Slight knocking upon cold start up 01 grand marquis

    Thanks for the replies, I don't think it's a head gasket , as. The oil is not milky, and it doesn't smoke as if a head gasket is needed. No coolant loss from the reservoir either. Dipstick doesn't smell like gasoline either, and oil on dipstick isn't black or as thin as if it was mixing with...
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    Slight knocking upon cold start up 01 grand marquis

    Hi, thanks for the replies so far. To clarify When I first heard this was during the past winter , it was bitterly cold and I started the engine, and heard a loud crunch type noise, started the car, seen oil,gauge was quivering, waited a few minutes to warm up and drove off, gauge quivered for...
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    Slight knocking upon cold start up 01 grand marquis

    Please fill out the following to ask a question. MAKE:mercury MODEL grand Marquis YEAR:2001 MILES:23,000 ENGINE:4.6 DESCRIBE ISSUE....slight knocking upon cold start up, slight quiver on oil gauge, only for 30seconds to 1 minute maximum.
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    Re: Cam Holding Tool for 95 Towncar 4.6 liter

    Hello all, Just to know before I remove the head gaskets on my 95 Towncar with a 4. 6 liter engine, is there a special tool to hold the cam or will a generic cam holding tool work? Any advice on the best tool? Thanks in advacne for the advice. . . . . . . Regards, John
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