Question about 2000 Ford 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 i have the same problem co you know where the relay at
Have you had any work done on the truck recently? did you take it somewhere that they had to place it on a lift? with air shocks a lot of places don't realize they have to shut off the air and let the truck settle before it gets lifted, sounds to me like you might have a hole somewhere in the rear shocks. well hope this gives ya something to be able to figure it out...
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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