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2000 Lincoln Continental: wont start..blow..easy shop

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I have a 2000 Lincoln Continental, won't start, continues to blow #11 fuse, Is there an easy fix to this or should I take the car to the repair shop.

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this is most commonly a problem with the harness.


it has been found to short out near the EGR tube


click here for information on fuse#11 blowing and harness shorting out near EGR tube


let me know if you need more help





Edited by Paul M ASE Master Technician on 5/12/2010 at 10:49 PM EST
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Paul, can you help me locate the EGR on the 2000 lincoln continental

The EGR tube is runs from the Right exhaust manifold to the EGR valve


the right exhaust manifold is near the firewall side of the engine.


there is a tube that screws in to the exhaust manifold it will also have 2 small hoses running off the metal tube into a sensor


look for the wiring harness in the area of this EGR tube



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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thanks Paul, I will see what I can find, hopefully that will fix the problem if not I will take it to a repair shop, I am not very good at working on autos as you can see.

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