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Our 2005 Navigator is like sitting on it's front wheels. The air suspension is not working. Last fall we had an issue with the driver's front side not leveling. The dealership replaced a piston looking thing on the driver's side and said the one on the front passenger's side was ok... this time the front end isn't favoring one side or the other but the air suspension is completely gone and the ride is horrible!

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Anyone with a Mountaineer or Explorer should remove
the Factory Air Suspension, and replace with conventional
shocks/struts.

There are lots of companies with those products

I do not believe, even a dealer can resolve all the
issues,especially with the Mountaineer

When you go over 2 or 3 thousand dollars trying to keep
believing, you can get it to work,you will switch from
the air ride, and end what should have never been on
those vehicles in the first place.

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

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