2000 Lincoln Navigator

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Suspension problem
2000 Lincoln Navigator V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 72000 miles

The back of the navg is very low to the ground and the warranty has run out do you have any suggestions? He has had the SUV in the shop at least 3 times in the last 2 weeks because sometime the SUV will start and sometimes it won't. The shop put a new battery and now we think it is a electric problem. What do we do, we don't have any warranty?

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Wednesday, November 25th, 2009 AT 9:36 AM

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Starter issue may be this known problem at the starter.
ARTICLE BEGINNING ISSUE Some vehicles may exhibit a no crank condition due to an open circuit in the starter relay to starter motor circuit at the starter motor connection. ACTION Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE A new starter terminal wiring pigtail kit is released eliminating the need to replace the entire harness for the terminal connection. Refer to instruction sheet contained in Wiring Pigtail Kit for wiring harness service procedure. PARTS INFORMATION NOTE: TERMINAL KIT ONLY SERVICES THE STARTER RELAY TO STARTER MOTOR CIRCUIT. THE KIT DOES NOT SERVICE STARTER MOTOR BATTERY POWER CIRCUIT. NOTE: REFERENCE THE APPROPRIATE WORKSHOP MANUAL SERVICE SECTION 303-06 FOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF THE STARTER MOTOR WIRING TERMINAL CONNECTION PROCEDURES.


Rear suspension, all you can do here is check for any air leaks or oil leaks from the rear struts, use a spray bottle with soapy water and mist them look for evidence of air bubbles after one minute with key off. You will here the rear solenoids "vent" a small amout of air from the struts. If check air suspension light is lit, Lincoln must retrieve the erorr messages from the computer.

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