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Air shocks not working on rear of my expedition

My 2000 ford expedition has lowered from the rear. Te swith was on for the air shocks. So I might think it is a fuse but i don't know which one it might be

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Your right, could be a fuse, but it might also be the air ride linkage thats connected to the air ride motor broken or fallen off either the motor itself or fallen/broken off the rear axle. go to the rear underside of the truck and inspect this area to see if the linkage is still intacked. it could also be a worn/bad air pump.

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