Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator 2006. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.
This Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator 2006 service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.
· U13 — Expedition, 4x2, XLS
· U14 — Expedition, 4x4, XLS
· U15 — Expedition, 4x2, XLT
· U16 — Expedition, 4x4, XLT
· U17 — Expedition, 4x2, Eddie Bauer
· U18 — Expedition, 4x4, Eddie Bauer
· U19 — Expedition, 4x2, Limited
· U20 — Expedition, 4x4, Limited
· U27 — Navigator, 4x2
· U28 — Navigator, 4x4
· 5 — 5.4L, SOHC, EFI, 3V, V-8, gas
Torque Wrench Adapter Formulas
Table of Contents
1: General Information
00: Service Information
06: Brake System
11: Steering System
07: Automatic Transmission
08: Manual Transmission, Clutch and Transfer Case
09: Exhaust System
10: Fuel System
12: Climate Control System
13: Instrumentation and Warning Systems
14: Battery and Charging System
15: Audio Systems
18: Electrical Distribution
19: Electronic Feature Group
5: Body and Paint
02: Frame and Mounting
GROUP 03: Engine
SECTION 303-00: Engine System — General Information
SECTION 303-01: Engine — 5.4L (3V)
SECTION 303-03: Engine Cooling
SECTION 303-04: Fuel Charging and Controls — 5.4L (3V)
SECTION 303-05: Accessory Drive
SECTION 303-06: Starting System
SECTION 303-07: Engine Ignition — 5.4L (3V)
SECTION 303-08: Engine Emission Control
SECTION 303-12: Intake Air Distribution and Filtering
SECTION 303-13: Evaporative Emissions
SECTION 303-14: Electronic Engine Controls
Principles of Operation
The retractable running boards are controlled by the power liftgate module and retractable running board motor assembly. The retractable running board motors receive a ground signal from the power liftgate module to deploy and an open signal to retract.
When the power liftgate module is in self-test mode, the retractable running board motor sends a 200 ms pulse to the power liftgate module to verify a deploy/retract command was sent by the power liftgate module. When the retractable running board reaches the fully deployed/retracted position, the retractable running board motor assembly will send a 200 ms pulse to the power liftgate module to indicate the operation is complete.
The power liftgate module receives information from the instrument cluster module (ICM) regarding retractable running board system ON or OFF and set for AUTOMATIC/IN or MANUAL/OUT status.
When in AUTOMATIC/IN mode, the retractable running boards will deploy when a door on the same side of the vehicle is opened. When both doors on the same side are closed, the retractable running boards will retract. The power liftgate module receives door ajar status from the body security module through the medium speed controller area network (MS CAN) network.
When in MANUAL/OUT mode, both retractable running boards will stay deployed until MANUAL/OUT mode is deselected or vehicle speed is greater than 5 mph.
When an obstacle is detected, the retractable running board will reverse direction. If a second obstacle is detected the retractable running board will reverse direction again. If a third obstacle is detected the retractable running board will stop in its current position until the following conditions are met:
· Change in door ajar status
· Change in manual (OUT) deploy status
· Vehicle speed greater than 5 mph
Inspection and Verification