My rear suspension doesn't work on my 2002 Lincoln Navigator.
My rear suspension doesn't work - the Navigator rides like **** - the back end is lower than the front end. I had driven over a curb - could this have bumped something out of whack? My husband checked the fuses and said all fuses are good in relation to this. Could it be air compressor? What do you suggest??
Re: My rear suspension doesn't work on my 2002 Lincoln...
I know exactly what the issue is , its a relay under the front bumper , just lay under the front passager side ,it a lil black box with to bolts, by the way I have everything you need ,,,firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Feb 24, 2014 - Uploaded by FordTechMakuloco
Ford Air Ride Rear Suspension Down Diagnosis & Fix ... why theair ride compressor is not turning on and pumping up the air ridesuspension on your truck. ... Ford Expedition & Lincoln Navigator Air Ride C1725 Common Faults ... 2000 Ford Expedition - Replacing the rear shocks with load leveling shocks ...
The best way to fix Air ride issues is to get a conversion kit. We paid $200 online for ours and my husband installed the new parts. We were told fixing the air ride could cost upwards of $3000. Experience from several people told us that parts on the air ride go out quickly once it starts having problems. Ours rides just as well as before and we will never have another air ride problem again. Our Navigator is AWD 4x4.
Replace the air suspension with conventional shock/strut
conversions. The Air Ride System is not worth investing
time and money ,after the vehicle is 5 years old.
Too expensive to maintain ,and too difficult to diagnose
Your problem is due to your car's air ride suspension being temporarily off line. This is likely because your air-ride suspension relay is blown. Simply replace the relay module located in a large black box under your hood. Take lid off of black box and find the air suspension module and replace. It will look like a square silver match box plugged into a circuit board. Unplugg it and replace it with a new one.
Remove battery, remove windshield washer bottle, remove air compressor and disconnect both air lines from the compressor dryer. Make sure compressor electrical wiring is plugged in, install battery, turn suspension switch to ON, turn ignition switch to the ON position, close all door and the compressor should come on and completely lower the whole truck. Once the truck is completely down, turn the ignition OFF, remove battery and connect both air lines. Install battery ensure electrical wiring is plugged in, turn ignition switch to ON, the compressor should come on and raise the vehicle to the correct ride height.