Lincoln MKT Sloshing Sound (How to Find and Fix)

A mysterious noise you don’t know the source of is one of the most stressful things that can happen during vehicle ownership. If your Lincoln MKT is making a sloshing sound while driving it, this is the guide for you. If your MKT makes a sound like sloshing water while driving, this is undoubtedly a … Read more

Lincoln MKT AC Smells Bad: Smell ID + How to Fix

Does your Lincoln MKT’s air conditioning smell bad? This article will provide you with some quick and comprehensive list of causes to help eliminate your vehicle’s foul odor.   This guide is broken down into three sections:  AC Smell Reference Table Smell Type Potential Causes Sweet Leaking Engine Coolant, Leaking Refrigerant Mold, Mildew, Fungus Clogged Drain … Read more

Lincoln MKT P0020: Meaning, Causes, Diagnosis

P0020 is a rarely seen OBD II trouble code that can affect the Lincoln MKT. It’s a variable valve timing (VVT) related code, indicating a wiring issue with the bank 2 camshaft actuator “A.” P0020 is often by low or sludgy oil. Check your MKT’s oil as soon as possible. P0020 is a generic code, … Read more

Lincoln MKT P0001: Causes + How to Fix

P0001 is a rarely seen OBD II error code. It indicates an issue with your Lincoln MKT’s Fuel Volume Regulator (FVR) Control System. P0001 is usually caused by a wiring problem or issue with the fuel volume regulator. The most difficult issue with diagnosing the fuel system is getting to the parts.   P0001 is a … Read more

Lincoln MKT P0200: Causes + How to Fix

P0200 is a common OBD II error code that can occur in the Lincoln MKT. It indicates an issue with your vehicle’s fuel injection system. Specifically, the fuel injector circuit is out of range (in terms of voltage). Lincoln MKT P0200: Quick Info Definition P0200: Injector Circuit Malfunction Frequent Symptoms Check engine light, engine misfire, … Read more

Lincoln MKT P0000: Meaning, Causes, How to Fix

P0000 is a rare OBD2 fault code that can affect the Lincoln MKT. While there are over 10,000 DTC “P” codes, this is the only one reserved for “no fault detected” in your vehicle’s ECU (engine control unit) memory. It tells the scanner accessing the ECU that no codes are stored. The most common reason … Read more