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My air ride compressor is no longer working. how

My air ride compressor is no longer working. Does anyone know what circuit breaker it goes into? The one that says "ride" is okay. how do I troubleshoot?

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Look for fuse under back seat that says compressor also quit but i keep blowing the fuse when i change it .so i have other prob .good luck

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Somewhere, ahead of the compressor, are relays and a fuse or two. Your Lincoln dealer should be able to tell you where to look, if you do not wish to take it to them.
I think under the hood is the first place to look, as that circuit is requiring a lot of current.
You have a black plastic cover over a black plastic box with fuses and circuit breakers in it under the hood, and you might find the air ride system named in that box with a corresponding fuse.
God bless your efforts.

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There are level controls for height. If the car was put on a lift without the switch being turned off, the positioner may be stretched beyond working.

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What is odd is the compressor stopping after so short a time. It may be your only problem.

When you have a leak in the system, the compressor keeps running because the sensors do not signal for it to shut off. On your vehicle it is either being told to shut off prematurely or the compressor is triggering a circuit breaker.

There are ride height sensors on the rear. If the vehicle was lifted without turning off the Air ride, the sensors may have been stretched.

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2000 lincoln navigator. my husband changed the whole compressor for the air suspension. the car no longer 'low rides', but i hear a constant buzzing. it goes on and off constantly. it's not...

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What is this circuit breaker everyone keeps talking about

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there should be a switch to the right side in the trunk. It will be clearly marked so you cant miss it. Make sure its on, that will fix it. It sometimes goes off when ever you get something fixed, I think it acts like a circuit breaker.

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It could be a wheel speed sensor that went out or something... When working with the wiring, something could have just gotten crossed or tapped to get these codes as well. The compressor shouldnt be running anymore if everything was tied off properly. Take it in somewhere and have the codes cleared and that should fix the problem hopefully. I know AutoZone has a reader, but I do not know if they have they ability to clear the codes.
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