98 Lincoln Navigator Alternator Problems?

Answer What seems to be an alternator problem on your 1998 Lincoln Navigator may be the result of a defect in some other part of the charging system. Use your eyes, hands and a multimeter to try to remedy... Read More »

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How to Replace the Alternator in a Lincoln Navigator?

The Lincoln Navigator uses an alternator to run electrical devices in your vehicle while the engine is running. A voltage regulator ensures the voltage level remains constant and is usually part of... Read More »

How to Swap a 32V Intech Alternator in a 2001 Lincoln Navigator?

The Intech alternator on a 2001 Lincoln Navigator provides the full-size SUV with electrical power when the engine is on. The serpentine belt transfers torque from the Navigator's crankshaft and us... Read More »

Lincoln Navigator Rear Suspension Problems?

Introduced in 1998, the Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV available in 4-speed and 6-speed automatic transmission. Despite its popularity amongst luxury SUV competitors, the Navigator suf... Read More »

Lincoln Navigator Ignition Start Problems?

A Lincoln Navigator's failure to start can be caused by a variety of factors, from electrical wiring to faulty mechanical components. By a process of elimination, you can reduce the list of potenti... Read More »