Question about 2004 Lincoln Navigator
Under the hood there is an air compressor to fill the air bags on the suspension. With age the compressor draws excessive amps and blows the fuse. Check the fuse and see if it has popped. If so replace it. If the fuse is good ,locate the compressor and check the electrical plug to it to see if it has become corroded. If corroded pull the fuse and scrub the contacts with a brass brush untill clean. To keep it from corroding in the future apply some dieletric grease to the contacts and plug it back in. hope that helps, Rich.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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Posted on Dec 20, 2010
I have run into this before. The compressor is usually the culprit. Make sure you have voltag to the compressor and there are no leaks. If your air bags and / or solenoids are bad then replace as a unit. A bit more money but the last time I bought bags from the dealer they only came with the solenoids.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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