Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
Chk suspension light was coming on now that the rear end sits low, the light is no longer on there is no suspension in the rear, very bumpy ride.have checked all fuses they are fine, the compressor does not seem to be engaging if there is a relay i dont know where it is. can u tell me what the prob might b.
I am currently going thru this nightmare with this ford piece of ****. I would like to stick a bail out up a ford execs ***. Try going 12 volts to the compressor, if you get noise, and it is running, then it is a relay, which is located behind the pass headlight, in the front of the pass wheel housing. My current problem is that I can get the compressor running thru 12 volts, vehicle raises and is level, with no air leaks as the height holds. I believe I have either a defective harness or another bad relay. There are 2 little shock type adjusters, one is in the middle mounted to the rear axel, the other in the front, mounted to the drivers side upper c/arm. they pop off easily. pop one off, prp it so it senses a load and see if the vehicle raises. the reverse will induce a lowering. any other quesions, email me 2 firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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