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Hello: Thanks for your advice on a 1999 Ford Expedition fuse location for the air suspension. Compressor has been making noise, going on too long and having general difficulty blowing the 50 amp fuse. Probably time to replce the compressor, but a very expensive Ford repair. Some sites suggest better to replace rear suspension w/ regular coils or via a strutmasters conversion. Is this a good solution?

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Hi,
I have an alternate suggestion. I've had several Ford Products with those compressors in the. A 1990 and 1994 Continental with complete Air Suspension systems in the. And several Lincoln Town cars with air suspension systems for the rear wheels. Most of the time when these vehicles go to the grave yard, the compressors have out-lived them. I would go to the Junk yard and get one for a song and take to a local garage (not the dealer) and have it installed. You may even be able to do it yourself.
I have seen no variation in the design of the ones I've seen except for the air manifold. I would get one that was used in an Lincoln Town Car because it was used for leveling the rear suspension.
The air manifold in it would be very similar, if not identical, to your vehicle.
After all, The only thing an Air compressor "sees" is air.
I hope this suggestion is helpful to you.
Happy New Year,
Mark

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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