fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
13,069 miles

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2007 Lincoln MKX transmission problems

transmission problem

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2007 Lincoln MKX Owner Comments

problem #4

May 052010


  • miles


I have had to have 5 axle seals replaced in this vehicle from the dealer. The last time was May 5, 2010.

- Grove City, OH, USA

problem #3

Feb 242010


  • 52,235 miles
Transmission fluid leak, billowing smoke into the cab of the automobile, with adults and children. First incident 12/13/07 at 5074 mileage- had to pay for rental because it was on a weekend and a more urgent situation. Reseal with gasket, bracket, kit replacement. Again, same problem, with burning and puddle leaks, 11/24/08, ptu shaft replaced. Again, same problem with burning and puddle leaks 12/10/08 - ptu seal leaking, replace ptu assembly a nd center shaft. Again, same problem with burning and leak, 02/10/09. No damage noted per report. Repair vent hose. 09/02/09 ABS. Traction control, and wrench light on continuous, vehicle would not accelerate when pressing gas peddle. Occurred on freeway as well. Found cracked ABS ring, replaced left front halfshaft containing ring. 02/24/10 burning again. Leak at right center intermediate shaft. Seal removed and reinstalled right 1/2 shaft and replaced ptu seal ad deflector per tsb 09 25 07 (? unsure what this date is for).

- West Bloomfield, MI, USA

problem #2

Jun 102008


  • 42 miles
I have not had an accident yet, but several soon will! I have a 2007 Lincoln Mkx (same as Ford edge and same problem according to the dealer). When on a hill, even a relatively slight incline, and you take your foot off the brake to go to the gas after a stop, it rolls backward! it acts like a car with a clutch-even though it is an automatic. I have never in 50 years of driving had an automatic that did this rather than hold itself for that split second until you can make the switch from brake to gas!. the dealers answer is that Ford has said nothing about it and it" meets all specs". talk with Ford dealers informed me that edge owners have the same problem. The Ford consumer line says it is "within engineering specs". they also suggested putting left foot on the brake and right to gas for faster RPM to avoid it! one service manager opined that the specifications were set so low at idle, to try and get mileage estimates within the required regulatory guidelines, that it did not have enough idle speed to hold the car on an incline, like most automatics, because of its weight! this is an accident waiting to happen, if it has not already! although rolling back into someone else's vehicle close behind you on an incline may not result in serious injury, it certainly will cause expensive repairs and unnecessary "road rage" between the drivers possibly resulting in injuries or death! Ford should not be allowed to "cheat" on gas mileage requirements by reducing vehicle idle to the point of creating an unnecessary safety situation!

- Waipahu, HI, USA

problem #1

Jun 072007

MKX 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
2007 Lincoln Mkx customer dissatisfaction and safety notification customer states that the vehicle down shifts extremely harsh and jerks bangs and throws you forward** the consumer stated that the vehicle has had transmission problems since taking possession of the vehicle. The consumer stated that it jerks so violently that it feels as though you have a hit a pothole. The consumer stated when speaking to the dealer they informed him that the excessive jolting or jerking was normal. The consumer stated that he either wants the dealer to ascertain the problem or the dealer replace the vehicle. The consumer provided road tests and the vehicle description information at time of purchase.

- Staten Island, NY, USA

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