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MY suspension will not go up but i do hear the compresser come o

My 03 lincoln navigator suspenssion will not go up in this cold weather. in the summer it seem to be working fine until we had cold weather. Now some time it will go up and i do hear the compressor come on every time i turn my navy on but it will not raise. so i need help on diagnosing this problem HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    Unfortunately I have the same problem. I have put $3500 in to my trucks suspension this year and I am still have problems with it.

  • DOUGLASS MILES Dec 28, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM, IT WORKS IN THE SUMMER. BUT GOES DOWN WHEN IT GETS COLD. HAS ANYONE TAKEN THERE PROBLEMS TO LINCOLN

  • Skyy Grant Dec 29, 2008

    Ditto from me as well!  I'm $1600 in after replacing two front bags.  I'm going to check the relays now.  It didn't start acting up until it was cold outside!

  • Fishnator Dec 29, 2008

    Same problem. I've replaced the pump and one sensor and nothing has helped. My problem was specific to the passenger side front wheel dropping in all temps. In the cold (25 degrees or less) all wheels won't pump up. Has anyone found a solution?

  • mitchell7564 Dec 31, 2008

    My dad is having the same problem. It was at the dealership for a week, but they replaced the compressor and O rings which didn't help. If you have received any further information please email my dad at mitchell7564@bellsouth.net.

  • flores_63 Jan 03, 2009

    i don dont think that deicer will fix the problem. has anyone replace the module or thee solenoids. on my navi dealer replaced the compressor o- rings and the main relay for suspention last year and i still had the problem until worm weather arived. in thee summer i only had the problem twice but after i turn the navi off and let it sit about five minutes and turn it back on thee suspension worked fine. i belive that if i had an air leak i would have the problem evry time that i drove the navi. i think thee problem is in thee solenoids or thee module.

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We had this problem in our shop the other day and there was water in the air lines so we put air line deicer in the lines when the truck was warm in the shop and cycled the suppension twice with a jack. you can find deicer in many truck stops and auto pat stores that sell truck parts
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