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10.0

really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
1 / 0
Average Mileage:
6,982 miles

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2003 Lincoln Navigator accessories - interior problems

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2003 Lincoln Navigator Owner Comments

problem #1

Aug 152003

Navigator

  • Automatic transmission
  • 6,982 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

On 7/31 I had a tire pressure system fault error and took in for problem to be fixed. On 8/17 while driving vehicle I was shoved into steering wheel as far up as it would go and mirrors were going crazy on outside. I 'm three months pregnant and I already lost 2 of the 3 triplets I found out on 8/25. Not sure if this is why or not. On top of that had another tire pressure system fault error. They put on machine and found 7 error codes and said they fixed, if it happened again to bring it back. On 8/30 the lights went nuts, the back liftgate almost crushed me in it. Luckily, I got my head out from the bottom just in time before gate closed. The sensors/electrical system were not working. This is major to me, if one of my children had been back there and didn't think fast enough - I cringe to think that they would have been killed. I have a case open with Ford right now as we speak. I'm so scared to get this vehicle back because that lift gate could have killed me and what if I get this back and they fix these 5 electrical problems they are working on now and then I find out the hard way that there are more. It seems they fix one problem and I have more. It's like one fix and it triggers more. Please assist me anyway possible. I researched and according to Ohio law they have one opportunity to fix the liftgate and if it doesn't then it is a lemon. However, I'm afraid they aren't going to be able to fix the electrical mess in this vehicle. All I want is my purchase price back. I'm paying over $1000 a month on this vehicle (which is more than my rent) and this is the most expensive car I have ever purchased and it is also the most dangerous. Please help. Sincerely, michelle C. jones

- Pataskala, OH, USA

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