Lincoln Aviator: P0008 Code Diagnosis

P0008 is a somewhat uncommon OBD2 trouble code that can occur in the Lincoln Aviator. It indicates that the crankshaft and camshaft are not synchronized properly, and should be considered a breakdown risk. Driving your Aviator with P0008 can lead to engine damage and a costly repair. While P0008 is a generic code (it has … Read more

Lincoln Aviator P0523: Meaning, Causes, + Likely Fixes

P0523 is a standard OBD2 trouble code that can occur in the Lincoln Aviator. In layman’s terms, it indicates the signal from the oil pressure sensor is higher than its normal operating range (in terms of voltage). P0523 is generic (it has the same definition for all vehicles), repair steps will depend on your Aviator’s … Read more

Lincoln Aviator P0705: Meaning, Causes, & Diagnosis

P0705 is a very common transmission-related trouble code that can occur in the Lincoln Aviator. In layman’s terms, it means that your Aviator can’t tell what gear you’ve selected, which can have some real consequences on how it drives. It’s most likely caused by a bad Transmission Range Sensor (TRS), but there are other causes … Read more

Lincoln Aviator P1450: Symptoms, Causes, & Likely Fix

P1450 is a manufacturer-specific trouble code. In the case of Ford-made vehicles (such as the Lincoln Aviator), it indicates that the pressure in the fuel tank is not bleeding up to the engine. This code is very common, and not a breakdown risk when it appears by itself. Far and away, the most common cause … Read more

Lincoln Aviator: DRL Warning Light On – Causes + Fix

Daytime running lights (or DRL) are specialized lights that come on when your Lincoln Aviator’s regular headlights are turned off. Their purpose is to make it easier for other drivers to see you, theoretically decreasing the odds of getting into an accident. If your Aviator’s DRL warning light is on, the powertrain control module (commonly … Read more