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Yes, I agree. The 2003 on up Navigator has the worst designed and most expensive system that has ever rolled out of Ford Motor Company. Do yourself a favor and do a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion 03 06 This IS the only way to be able to count on this vehicle.

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Had this issue as well. Problem was with airbags and compressor. Ended up replacing air ride suspension with coil springs.

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