Question about 2004 Lincoln Navigator
You may have bent a sensor. The 4 corners of your car each have an adjustible sensor. They can be adjusted, but it should be on an alignment rack or collision body repair floor.
You car may be electrically confused and the sensor is now taking the jacked position as its base setting.
Try disconnecting the negative battery cable for 10 minutes and see if the computer resets itself. Reattach cable and see what happens.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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