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Went through a large puddle this morning and the compressor on my navigator started to start/stop quickly now the rear end is on the ground

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  • jm1974ri Jan 06, 2009

    turned out to be the relay for the air compressor. got shorted out by the water. all fixed 260 bucks later

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I have recently traded my 99 navigator in on an 03 and i had the same problem with mine. It was the speed sensor where it clips in on the bottom of the truck, the clip was unsecure causing moisture to get to it and after a few days sometimes 3 or 4 it would be fine and drive perfectly, until it rained again. I secured the speed sensor in with zip ties as tight as i could get it and clear siliconed around it and the problem was solved.

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U have damaged the air suspension, most likely ruptured one of the air bags, take it in for diagnosis.

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