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After putting on a shock suspension conversion kit.... what do i have to disable on my 1998 Navigator as far as fuses and sensors?

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The manufacturer of the suspension kit will have allowed for this when they designed the kit to fit your vehicle, refer to the kit information or the manufactures customer service and this type of information is available from reputable suppliers.
Cheers, Timo.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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