2004 - 2008 Lincoln Mark LT PCM Repair
Our PCM repair service is for a Lincoln Mark LT 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, or 2008 with engines 4.2L V6, 4.6L V8, or 5.4L V8. Our repair service repairs the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) damaged by a failed coil pack and spark plugs. This source is the most common problem with the Lincoln Mark LT PCM and appears by one or more of the following diagnostic trouble codes: P0351, P0352, P0353, P0354, P0355, P0356. The PCM may be referred to as the ECM (Engine Control Module), ECU (Engine Control Unit), or simply as the computer.
Our rebuild service is the easiest way to get back on the road and the ONLY way to avoid a trip to the dealership:
- There is NO PROGRAMMING REQUIRED!
- Your existing keys will work upon re-installation.
**If the PCM has been damaged by a faulty coil pack, then the coil pack must be changed at the same time as the PCM. Based on extensive experience with these computers, we strongly recommend a genuine Motorcraft coil pack. There are many counterfeit coils on the market that claim to be Motorcraft, so be sure to order from an authorized Ford/Motorcraft distributor. We have several sources that we can recommend for these coils. Please contact us at 800-547-2049 for recommendations.**
At Circuit Board Medics, our focus is on excellent communication, fast turnaround, and quality repairs. One key to achieving these goals is ensuring that we have customers' contact information and payment before beginning any repair order. Watch our video to learn more about how our repair process works and how we can help to get your vehicle or appliance back up and running quickly. Disclaimer: We are not responsible for lost, delayed, or non-repaired items shipped to our facility without an order number.
Our no-hassle warranty covers your repair for a full year. If the repair fails anytime within a year, we will repair the item again. In the rare occasion that the item is not repairable, we will either replace the circuit board entirely or refund the cost of the repair, at our discretion. See Details...