Question about 2001 Lincoln Navigator
HI. This is a common conversion attempt that can be achieved with the appropriate conversion kit. Of course, you will need to order the correct kit to make this possible. Many Expedition and Navigator owners choose the traditional shock/spring assembly over the newer and more problematic air ride assembly. The air ride assembly has many maintenance issues. If it is not keep up to specs, on a steady schedule, the entire system will fail, as you have experienced.
You can find many conversion kits online that can be delivered to your door step, or you can seek out a local shop for the installation, as well.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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