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Lincoln Navigator: Kenny, I have a 2004 Lincoln Navigator

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Hi Kenny, I have a 2004 Lincoln Navigator***** lately, when I'm at a red light or just plain idling, the car starts to rock and skip. A couple of times a low oil pressure message came up. What do you think?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Lincoln
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.
Hello, I'm Chris. Thanks for seeking us for help.
Most likely the oil pressure light is just coming on from the engine running rough and the rpms dropping to low. I suggest you start with cleaning the throttle body and MAF sensor, then retest. If it continues then have a power balance test ran to see if there is one or more coils or plugs failing.
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Thanks Chris