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2004 Lincoln Navigator check air suspension indicator light came on the front end wouldn't come up. the compressor has been replaced and the air bags are not bad. What could be keeping the front end from coming up and where can I find a diagram of the suspension system?

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The leveling sensor is probably bad, but you could try resetting the suspension system,there is a switch on the side wall up behind the glove box. It's a rocker switch.

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