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Old 10-02-2011, 09:33 AM   #166
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

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Ok, Rod, our 00 Lincoln LS has the same problem and I need pics and any other other information I will need to replace the elbow. I think I am supposed to send you a personal email? Thank you.
A Private Message with the request and an e-mail address is the approach. You can send Private Messages from the link near the upper right of this page, just below your login ID.

You caught me in a good mood this morning so I pulled your e-mail address from your profile and the files are on their way to your inbox.

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Old 10-23-2011, 07:42 AM   #167
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

After a 5 hour adventure, Iwas able to get that darn elbow out. My car seems to be running fine. Thank you Rod for the instructions. THey were precise and extremely helpful! I also used something else I saw on the forum saying that there was no need to take the fuel line bracket/ connectors off. This is in fact correct. I just carefully moved it to the side and there was the elbow! ANyway, after it was all said and done I drove the car and no issues so far. Just waiting for everything to go through the drive cycle ( i had to unplug the battery to clean te terminals). THanks again Rod!

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Old 12-12-2011, 06:20 PM   #168
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

I changed the upper and lower intake gasket and PCV elbow.ran great till I pressure washed the engine know the engine idles rough for a bit than its fine.when I put it in gear its surges. Then drives good. I'm stuck on what it is. Any help?
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:40 PM   #169
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

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I changed the upper and lower intake gasket and PCV elbow.ran great till I pressure washed the engine know the engine idles rough for a bit than its fine.when I put it in gear its surges. Then drives good. I'm stuck on what it is. Any help?
You probably have water down in the sparkplug wells shorting the coils out. If it's been long enough that all the water should be cooked out now, then probably one or more coils were damaged.
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Old 03-15-2012, 08:10 PM   #170
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Rod- Having the same issue on my '01 v6, could you please send me the instruction pdf and pictures . janakishinde@xxxx.

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Old 04-05-2012, 08:58 PM   #171
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Anyone have a Aftermarket 2000 Lincoln LS DVD that I could copy? Ill send it back, Boy Scouts Honor. Being in the Army I can access a national Chilton repair website for free. But no pics and not thorough walkthrough. Remove Intake, Remove Engine. LOL Hate those sorta steps. So anyone willing to ship would be much appreciated.
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Old 04-09-2012, 04:45 PM   #172
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Hi Rod.. Could you please send this information to me? I would greatly appreciate it. My email address is [e-mail address removed by moderator].

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Old 04-24-2012, 08:20 PM   #173
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Like everyone else I have had nothing but problems with my 2001 Lincoln ls. This is the worst car I have ever owned, but my wife loves it! I have replaced all the coil packs, valve cover gaskets, heater control valve, hoses ect. Now I have another code the famous p0174 and sometimes hot air will blow out the vents with the a/c on. I have saved a lot of money doing the work myself so I am also fed Lu with this car but willing to give it another try for my lady. Please help! Thanks
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Old 04-24-2012, 08:37 PM   #174
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Can someone send me the pdf file please? [e-mail address removed by moderator] if you have problems with misfire and oil in the spark plugs you have to replace the valve cover gaskets. That fixed my misfire and rough idle.

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I Have A 2000 Ls W/130000+ Miles Had Car For 2 Years No Problems Till 3wks Ago P0171/p0174 Took Apart Intake Manifold Found 2 Oil Soaked Plugs 4 Spark Plug Boots Sweled Pcv Was Verey Dirty Elbow From Pcv Was Cracked Egr Valve Was Also Verey Dirty Throtell Body Dirty. Replaced Plugs/pcv Valve/spark Plug Boots/ Broken Elbow From Pcv Valve /cleaned Throtell Body /egr Valve /put Fuel Injector Cleaner Waiting On 1 Part From Dealer To Check And See If Problem Solved. Not Any Easy Task If You Your Not Mechanicly Inclined Any Qustions Ask
@ GFORCEBOYS did it work?
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Old 05-02-2012, 10:40 PM   #176
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Thanks for the pics ROD. Just as i was going to tackle the intake I found a rubber fitting that was torn. It was the vacuum hose that goes from the throttle body to the back of the intake. It a plastic tube that has rubber fittings on both ends. Of course they dont sell just the rubber pieces you have to buy the hole thing. Dealer part only $30 bucks. Hopefully that's it. Thanks again Rod. Next is the AIR BAG light!!!!
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:43 PM   #177
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Good find, and it may be lucky that you found that before taking the entire upper intake off. Hopefully that's all it takes to fix that issue.

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hey rod

New member with the same P0171 and P0174 codes on an 04 LS. Would you please send your pdf files to me my email is [e-mail address removed by moderator] will be waiting for the pic thnkx...

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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

My first post and first request to shorod. I only thought the tranny was problems was i wrong. Dreaded P0171 & P0174 code along with P2195 and P2197. Idles rough during cold morning starts however I do not currently have any issues when driving?? May I have a copy of the pdf and I will try the egr elbow?
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:27 PM   #180
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Re: codes P0171, P0174 Lincoln LS V6"

Per your PM, the files were sent. For the cold start issue you should also consider the possibility of a dirty MAF sensor. I'd have to check the manual, but I think the MAF sensor also incorporates the Intake Air Temperature sensor which, if dirty, could explain why the issue is worse when the engine and ambient air is cold. You'll want to plan to replace the spark plugs while in changing the elbow and also carefully inspect the ignition coils.

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