Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'fire department'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Lincoln MKZ Forum
    • Welcome
    • Forum Help & Suggestions
  • Lincoln MKZ Social
    • Lincoln MKZ Lounge
    • Articles, News & Reviews
    • Buying, Ordering and Leasing a Lincoln MKZ
    • Photo & Video Post
    • Super News Ticker
  • Lincoln MKZ Modifications & Technical Forum
    • Accessories and Modifications
    • D.I.Y. Guides
    • Appearance
    • Audio, Navigation and SYNC
    • Brakes, Chassis & Suspension
    • Climate Control
    • Exterior
    • Glass, Lenses, Lighting, Moon Roof
    • Interior
    • Key Fobs & Locks
    • Maintenance, Recalls & TSBs
    • Sync Specific Forum
    • Wheels & Tires
  • Lincoln MKZ Engine & Powertrain
    • General Engine, Powertrain & Transmission
    • Lincoln MKZ EcoBoost Owners
    • Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Owners
    • AWD (All Wheel Drive)
  • Lincoln MKZ Model Year Specific
    • 2006-2012 Lincoln MKZ
    • 2013-2016 Lincoln MKZ
    • 2017+ Lincoln MKZ
  • Lincoln MKZ Club
    • Lincoln MKZ Clubhouse
  • Lincoln MKZ Classified Ads
    • Classifieds
  • Lincoln Proving Ground
    • Post Test

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL






Found 1 result

  1. Hey everyone. I've been registered on the forum for what seems like forever. Here's some background about the car! I purchased her down in Kansas City, MO in May of 2016. She has every option available except for the large panoramic sunroof. I absolutely love the black on black, but I must say I am not a fan of the wood trim in the interior. I purchased the vehicle used, with 41,000 miles and I opted to purchase the extended warranty to 91,000 miles or 4 years due to the hybrid aspect. I am glad I did opt for the extended warranty as I did face some issues with the vehicle. The timing chain cover was leaking, the oil pan was leaking, the rear lower control arm bushings went out, the center speaker blew, and the rectangular side marker light on the rear passenger side of the car went out. All of which was covered by warranty with a $100 deductible. Apart from what the warranty covered and the window tint, the rest of the aftermarket/accessories were all installed by me. As you could probably tell from the title, this car is beat on. A lot. I've put nearly 65,000 miles on the car in under two years. It has plenty of rock chips on the bumper and the hood. A scratch on the bumper from the previous owner, and a nice scratch and dent in the hood from debris from a car in front of me in a construction zone. This will be getting fixed in the coming month. Cosmetically, there hasn't been much done to the car. The taillights and the front and rear side markers have been tinted. The front grill was plasti-dipped for a more aggressive look. 20% window tint was applied to the front and rear of the vehicle. I am a firefighter & EMT in a very rural fire protection district that spans just over 50 square miles. We are short-staffed most of the time & I work from home - thus needing a reliable way to get around. The car has been outfitted with a custom wiring harness specifically built for the emergency lighting setup which is pictured below. At the front of the vehicle there are two visor lights, that are 3W each. Extremely bright during the day and night. In the back there is a 8 unit, dual color traffic advisor bar as well as a 6 unit single color light bar. The corner lights can be switched off, and the entire bar turns amber for traffic direction purposes. As for communication, the vehicle is outfitted with a CB Radio/PA system as well as a mobile scanner unit. The suspension has been upgraded to H&R Sport Lowering Coil Springs, which stiffens the suspension, reduces body-roll, and drops the vehicle by 1.5"-1.8". The entire frame of the vehicle has been sanded, primed and bedlined. Holes were planned and drilled into the frame, door panels, underside of the hood, etc. and an anti corrosive solution was sprayed on the inside of the body and frame to prevent rust from the inside out. The sound system has been upgraded, somewhat. In the trunk is a dual 12" MTX Terminator set accompanied by a BOSS 1500 amp. These deliver quite the kick. They have been wired in a manner that I was able to keep the stock head unit in the vehicle. In the front driver and passenger compartment, as well as in the center console shelf are solid blue LED light strips. These light strips are wired to the aftermarket amplifier to deliver light that strobes to the low frequencies of the music. There is an override switch that turns the lights off completely. I'm probably forgetting something but I'll keep this thread updated. Tomorrow (Wednesday), the car is going in for an alignment and mounting of four new tires. The alignment is needed as I needed to take off several bushings and suspension components when installing the lowering coil springs. I plan on getting the hood fixed, maybe not painted but smoothened out by the end of winter. It will not rust as it is aluminum. Early spring the entire car will be getting plasti-dipped. I have already ordered some 20" wheels for her, and they will be going on in the spring as well after being powder coated. Don't mind how dirty she looks in the photos, I live in Northern Illinois haha. VID_61390923_155652_432_2.mp4 VID_61401008_014628_518_2.mp4