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Old 03-30-2010, 10:34 PM   #16
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Re: PCM fuse blown

He's just a lock smith so I highly doubt that he will have one but maybe I would be mistaking. We shall see. Hopefully I can get this situated
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The PCM fuse wiring diagrams should be in your inbox. To minimize the amount of spam you will receive I deleted your e-mail address from the post. In the future I'd recommend sending the e-mail address via a Private Message rather than inserting in a post.

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Old 03-30-2010, 10:51 PM   #18
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Ok thanks Rod... See if I can figure out something with this car
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The e-mail I sent bounced back, claimed you don't have a user account with that ISP.

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Old 03-30-2010, 10:57 PM   #20
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I can't send pricate messages off of my phone and my computer is messed up. But the email again is _______________

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Old 03-30-2010, 10:59 PM   #21
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I just sent the bounce message. If it doesn't bounce this time I'll send the original file with attachments again.

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Thanks Rod I will look over the diagram
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Alright well the locksmith came put the pick up coil in and still the same thing. To be honest with you guys I'm about tired of having to have this lincoln ls worked on one thing goes wrong everything starts going wrong. If anyone has any suggestions please let me know. If not I think I'm going to take it to the shop tomorrow.
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Did the locksmith have any diagnostic tools that he connected to the car to read the PATS code or attempt to reprogram the key? I'm not sure why this locksmith would even attempt to repair a PATS-equipped car if they don't have any equipment to diagnose or reprogram them.

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Can I have that PDF for the PATS system??? aknkh3@gmail.com

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Can I have that PDF for the PATS system???

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What year is your LS, and specifically what about the PATS system are you looking for?

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year 2000. The truck will turn over but not fire. the fuse is missing so am wondering if that is the issue.
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Re: PCM fuse blown

Just to make sure we're talking the same thing here, do you have a Lincoln LS or a Lincoln Mark LT? The reason I ask is the LS is a car and you refer to a truck.

I probably have the wiring diagrams for the Mark LT as well, but don't want to send you the wrong files.

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