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On 2001 Navigator, how does one replace the air pump at home

I have bought the air pump for the 2001 Nav and want to install it myself. The pump quit working yesterday, I purchased the part but don't have a tech manual to direct me. Since it deals with the air suspension I don't want to damage anything else while I'm R&R the pump.

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Consult or purchase the repair manual at the auto parts store.
Most are located in front on drivers side.
Be sure to push in first with hose and hold down retainer and pull hose out.

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