Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air Suspension plomlem
1. make sure the switch is on (under the passenger side dash board). 2. check to make sure the relay is good (black little box under the right front bumper. 3. there are two (that I know of) switches/sensors. 1 is behind the left front tire. The other is up behind the spare tire. Taking the spare tire off gives you tons of room to work with. The sensors look like mini shock absorbers with black rubber and can be compressed and pulled easily by hand. Moving those will simulate the suspension going up and down and should trigger the compressor. 4. if the compressor doesn't come on (and all the above is fine) it sounds like your compressor is bad and should be replaced. I got one from Arnott Industries in Florida and they have been very nice to work with so far.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: `i have a 2001 ford
Hey I guess this may be a solution but I was having similar problems with my 2002 ford expedition airbag suspensions. My car was riding low one day and the other day it was riding normal. I was going insane so I went to a dealership and they quoted me to replace the airbags plus some other stuff and plus labor, everything about close to $2000.00, not kidding you!. Anyways, I started searching online and I don't know if you have heard of a company called Strutmasters, but they helped me fix all my issues.
Man, I'm telling you, the best thing I've ever done. It cost me way, way less than the dealership. They told me about some conversion kits which eliminates the air bags for good. I couldn't believe this existed out there. My ride is just as good and I don't have to worry about these airbags deflating again.
Their website is www.strutmasters.com,
oh and also just like the rep told me, it was easy to install it as well. What I think its pretty neat is that they have videos on youtube and show you how to do these installations.
Check it out, I am happy I went this route!
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
Loose the air ride
System is too old & too expensive to diagnose
& keep going
There are at least 4 or 5 companies that offer a bolt in
conventional shock/strut for several makes of vehicles
Posted on Sep 19, 2012
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