Question about Lincoln Navigator
This vehicle has a air ride suspension option which can read the height of the vehicle, when weight is added the suspension will compensate by appling air to the front and rear shocks. When weight reduced it will lower by venting air from the shocks. If the entire vehicle sits low there is a problem with the air compressor circuit (quite often water in the system and freezes causing damage to the compressor). In your case if only one side is low, check the front and rear shocks, the lowest wheel probably has a leaking shock and can't rise.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
Larry, whats going on bud?
What exaclty is going on with your car? Does it only happen when its cold outside? What issues are you having. It sounds more like an air leak though.
let me know what else do you notice?
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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