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I have the same problem with my 2003 Lincoln Navigator. It real low when it is under 35 degrees out side. When it's warm no problem at all with the air suspension. Was there a recall on the 2003 Lincoln Navaigator air suspension? If not is should be, I thought I was the only one having this problem until I pulled up this site!!

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  • Esre mimi Apr 16, 2009

    I have an air suspension concern. My check suspension light comes on more during cold than during warm usually at around 35 degrees. Also my car doesn''t lift in the cold and also I had noticed a large wet spot under the left side near the front tire. When the car is low the car leans on that side. When I took it to the dealership the said is was the air compressor but I told them I could hear a sound coming from the front like the car was tryint to lift like the air compressor was working but the vehicle would not lift. 700 dollors and a new air compressor my car still lifts when it wants to and the dealership now says it electrical another 700 dollars, I will not give in to their demands. My vehical drives low, a bad driving experience. Even after having a mechanic putting a GM mechanical sensor 3 on the vehical i still ride low especially in the cold . Any help please let me know

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The thing that most people don't know about air suspension is that the airbags are not meant to be in temperatures below 40 degrees and about 90 degrees. This affects Navigators more than I would like to mention. You will start having problems only when you are in those temperatures but then it will cause permanent damage. I would recommend going to strutmasters.com and checking out the conversion kits. They are powder coated American made steel coil springs. They are guaranteed to last the life of your car and can withstand any weather. I posted the link below so you can take a look. http://www.strutmasters.com/lincoln-suspension-parts-s/1.htm Hopefully this will help you Brent

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