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The Lincoln MKX, a mid-size luxury crossover SUV, was Lincoln's first crossover, introduced by the American auto manufacturer Ford in 2006 following a concept vehicle debut at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. Boasting a significant market share among Lincoln's model lines, the MKX was initially built on the Ford CD3 platform, measuring 186.5 inches in length, 75.8 inches in width, and 67.5 inches in height with a wheelbase of 111.2 inches. It offered both front-wheel and all-wheel drive versions, powered by a 3.5L Duratec 35 V6 engine and a 6F50 6-speed automatic transmission. Known for its quality components, comfortable ride, and unique design, the MKX saw numerous upgrades over the years. In 2008, features like the Sync electronics interface and a reverse sensing system became standard, while 2011 saw improvements in fuel capacity and rear end design. The second generation, introduced in 2015, brought an advanced Ecoboost V6 engine with 335 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, improved suspension dampers, redesigned exterior sheet metals, and an interior refresh that included high-end materials and spacious rear seating. Its exceptional features and quality earned it a spot in Edmunds' Best Used Luxury SUVs in 2016.

The Lincoln MKX, a luxury SUV, faces a series of significant issues. A prominent concern is the leakage of coolant into the engine, notably observed in the 2017 model with 40K miles. The 2007 model also exhibited indications of coolant loss, even in the absence of visible leaks. A cooling system pressure test is recommended to detect potential slow leaks, coupled with an inspection of engine oil for signs of coolant contamination. The 2016 Lincoln MKX necessitates the correct selection of coolant type and color to maintain optimal engine performance. It's standard for the coolant to be changed every 30,000 miles or biennially. However, symptoms like radiator steam or peculiar engine odors require immediate attention. Additionally, engine shutdowns while driving are prevalent, especially in the 2016 model around the 79,000-mile mark. Such shutdowns typically manifest with a yellow wrench icon displayed on the dashboard. A suggested remedial action is cleaning the throttle body. This problem has been reported in various models and years, some even at highway speeds, rendering the vehicle without essential controls. Warning signs and fault codes accompany these shutdowns, but the root cause often remains undiagnosed. Transmission fluid leaks are another critical issue. This flammable fluid, when in contact with the exhaust system, can pose fire hazards. Common leak origins include the transmission pan, gaskets, the torque converter, cooling lines, and internal transmission seals. The power transfer unit (PTU) is frequently recognized as a recurrent source of these leaks in several MKX models, sometimes resulting in vehicles emitting smoke or abrupt jerking motions.

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Lincoln MKX Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you replace the Intake Manifold Temperature Sensor and Mass Air Flow Sensor on Lincoln MKX?
    A: To remove the air intake duct, disconnect the electrical connector from the MAF/Intake Manifold Temperature Sensor placed on the air filter housing cover. Then, remove the MAF/Intake Manifold Temperature Sensor mounting fasteners and take out the sensor from the air filter housing. Installation is the reverse of the removal.
  • Q: How do you remove and install the battery and Battery Tray on Lincoln MKX?
    A: To disconnect the battery, first remove the negative terminal cable, then the positive. Remove the battery clamp and lift out the battery. If replacing, ensure the new battery matches the old one's dimensions and ratings. Transfer the heat shield if present. On newer models, you may need to remove the air filter housing to reach the battery tray. Remove the tray if needed. To reinstall, reverse these steps, connecting the positive cable first, then the negative.
  • Q: How to remove and install a catalytic converter for Lincoln MKX?
    A: For four-cylinder engines, raise the vehicle and place on jackstands. Disconnect the downstream oxygen sensor on the catalyst. Remove the sensor and loosen the catalyst's front clamp fasteners. Remove the nuts and bolts securing the catalyst to the exhaust pipe. Remove the catalytic converter and old gasket. Install in reverse order with a new gasket and fasteners. For V6 engines, raise the vehicle and remove the engine under-cover. Disconnect both oxygen sensors and remove. If a heat shield is present, remove it and its bracket. Remove the fasteners securing the catalyst to the exhaust manifold and pipe. Pull down the exhaust pipe to clear the catalyst. Remove the catalyst and old gaskets. Install in reverse order with new gaskets.