Question about 2000 Lincoln Navigator
Have a 2000 lincoln navigator, 4wd, and my rear air shocks are deflated. I parked the car for a few days, and then one day it raised back up, but then the next day, back down to the frame...both sides by the way. I took out the compressor and tested it with a couple wires hooked up to the battery and it came right on. Since both rear shocks are deflated, would it be a AIR SUSPENSION REAR MODULE, or something else, maybe a relay, or sensor? i HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM EXCEPT MINE HAS NEVER RAISED BACK UP. IS THERE A FUSE FOR THIS OR WHAT ELSE SHOULD I BE LOOKING AT?
First, you may have leaks in your bags, causing your suspension to drop. The other possibility is that your rear suspension level sensor is faulty, causing the suspension to readjust itself incorrectly.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Hello ddishman...sounds like you have a solenoid open causeing the air to purge from the system...the height sensor tell the control module if the vehicle is raised too high. The control module will open the solenoids in the struts, and open the solenoid at the compressor, this releases the air in the system.
Note: disable air ride if you plan on raising the vehicle and crawling under to troubleshoot loose sensors, etc....any sudden movement could cause the your navi to shift and fall off the jack stands.
Good luck...i hope this helps fixya.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can get them inflated there is a switch on the passenger side that you can put in the **** off position till you get the problem resolved. Yet there is a part that is an inline part that can be leaking and must be replaced coast about $30.00. It is located in the engine compartment on the left side fender wall. It is in a airline that feeds to the Air suspension.What I did for a quick fix was a took the line apart place a 3/8 hose over it and clamped it. I have the part and never installed it because the above worked for me. Yet I do here the pump come on more often yet I was told the pump was bad. If you need to contact me email email@example.com or call 386 252 9987 fax will pick up on the 4th ring. I have a busy day tomorrow but try me later on in the afternoon 4ish. But email with the time you would be calling or leave your number. This information I am giving you cost me $500.00 to get.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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