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Where is the air ride suspension relay on a 2004 Lincon Navigator?

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On my 04' Navigator the relay is attached to the bracket that holds the pump. The relay is square and has a cover that you need to remove to see it. The relay is located behind the passenger headlight. You can see the relay location without removing anything. The dealer told me it was a relay with aluminum cooling fins, this was incorrect for my Navigator.

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

Testimonial: "Yes, you wre correct. However, my problem ended up being the control module in the dash. $428 to replace and I still have air suspension callout."

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Rght on the struts

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