THE AIR SHOCKS WILL NOT GO UP
2003 Lincoln Navigator • 200,000 miles
I CANNOT DRIVE MY NAVIGATOR IT BOUNCES TO BAD THE AIR SHOCKS WILL NOT AIR UP AT ALL. WE CHECKED FUSES WE REPLACED AIR SUSPENSION COMPRESSOR WHAT ELSE CAN WE CHECK
I FORGOT TO TELL YOU IN A COMPARTMENT IN THE REAR HATCH AREA THERE IS A TICKING NOISE KIKE SOMETHING IS TRYING TO WORK BUT CAN'T KINDA SOUNDS LIKE A POWER SEAT THAT WONT MOVE AND YOU KEEP PUSHING THE BUTTON
Does the compressor get power? You may have a faulty relay.
WELL WE CANNOT HEAR THE COMPRESSOR TURN ON WERE WOULD THE RELAY BE.SHOULD YOU HEAR THE COMPRESSOR,WE CHECKED THE PLUG WITH A TEST LIGHT IT SHOWED IT WAS GETTING POWER
The relay for the air ride system is located at the right front of the engine compartment. Make sure the air suspension module has power. It is located under the left side of the dash. Have it scanned for codes. Soft codes. It may be a bad sensor.
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