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  1. Hello! Just got a used 2017 style Lincoln key fob for $40 and successfully programmed it to my 2014 (will need the 2 original keys). I hate the cheap hollow plastic feeling of the 2013-2016 style key. Only downside is the key blade is not really transferable unless you get it cut somewhere.
  2. So all of us MKZ hybrid owners who are unfortunate have come to the realization that the OEM 12v battery that came with our cars were too small and underpowered to survive the rigorous demands of our heavily electronically focused cars. I'd like to refer to the Fusion Hybrid forums because they discuss this in great length here. So I've been having issues with the 12v battery on my MKZh for the past couple of months. I've been able to keep the battery alive by jumpstarting it every now and then. i came back from 6 day vacation without driving it and now the battery is practically dead. jumpstarting it won't power on anything unless AAA jumpstarts it with their 1.5k Amp jumpstarter. Afterwards I make a trip to Sears. They recommended me a Diehard 96R battery here. It has 590 CCA which is much better than the stock Motorcraft battery with 390 CAA and it was already on sale so I purchased it. The Sears technicians try to install the 96R but find its slightly too large to fit into the tray so they put back the Motorcraft battery and I leave with the 96R. I've read on the Fusion Hybrid Forums that you can cut off the backend wall of the battery tray to accommodate larger batteries. Seeing as the Fusion hybrid is pretty much the same car as the MKZh I figure I attempt this. A member on the FFH wrote a guide here. Anyone have experience upgrading their MKZh batteries ? What tools used to cut the tray?
  3. I have a 2008 Lincoln MKZ with the basic sync radio. I found a cool oem nav radio out of a loaded 2007 MKZ. Trying to figure out the audio control wiring. I was wondering if anyone has access to the wiring diagram for both radios 2008 sync and 2007 nav.
  4. this is for anyone that spent way too much time like me figuring out which LED bulbs to buy...the owners manual has some errors regarding the original replacement bulbs making this process extra special... dome light & 2 rear map lights = Phillips Festoon 43mm LED bulb 2 front map lights = Phillips 194 LED bulb the Festoon bulbs aren't that bright, but the 194's up front make up for it. license plate = 2 Phillips Festoon 38mm LED bulb puddle lamps = 2 Phillips 194 LED bulb (not the brightest but looks classy) fog lights = Nokya High Powered LED H8 H9 H11 compatible.