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I have a 2001 Lincoln Navigator with Air suspension problem. I replaced the air compressor, both rear air bags, checked the air suspension switch in the passenger side kick panel. Now I am trying to locate and check the relay as I still do not have power to the new compressor?

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1st check fuse #109 50A** Air Suspension Compressor, it is located in the under-hood fuse relay center, the pump relay is on the front passenger side behind the bumper under the head light, water get in these so check for green corrosion in connector, clean as necessary and replace the relay

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