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  • 1. PR Log - Global Press Release Distribution Lincoln Navigator Suspension Problems and solutions - Why It Fails… By Strutmasters Dated: Mar 25, 2010 "Easily Fix Your Lincoln Navigator Suspension Problems With Our Low Cost Conversion Kits & Air Suspension Parts..." Should your 98 Lincoln navigator air suspension seriously isn’t working, it would be one a number of problems. If an individual corner of your respective vehicle seriously isn’t airing up, or seriously isn’t airing up properly, how to attract a sensor not functioning correctly. It could possibly be also the seals within the airbags, if each of your bags is not going to air up. These seals just give up overtime. Often these seal problems will begin once the vehicle is exposed to cold temperature, for the reason that seals commence to contract. This is simply not an important issue as the seals are only around $20, but this can be a hassle to replace them. Continue reading to get more detailed. This challenge may possibly also be as a result of leaking valve, a leaking valve, or a failed motor. These false claims can be expensive more income to renovate. On many occasions you will be charged $800-$1200. Larger aftermarket wheels or tires can bring about some air suspension problems, as they quite simply put extra stress these Navigator air suspension components weren’t supposed to handle. In case your air suspension is not really working, and you don’t feel like troubleshooting a overly complicated system, and simply want single time fix at a reasonable cost, you will find there’s solution for you. Similar to the 1998 Lincoln suspension, you will discover kits you can buy to interchange your air suspension system which includes a coil spring kit. These coil spring kits are much stronger, and will manage significantly better than an air system, even with large aftermarket wheels and tires. In many instances a coil spring kit should never end up being replaced. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.strutmasters.com/lincoln-navigator-suspension-s/39.htm ### Strutmasters.com Sam Memmolo explains why the Strutmasters air suspension conversion kits are your answer to air suspension problems. Category Automotive Tags 1998 lincoln navigator, 1998 lincoln navigator suspension parts, 1998 navigator suspension parts Email Click to email author Phone 1-866-597-2733 Address 1803 N Main Street, Roxboro, NC City/Town Roxboro State/Province North Carolina Zip 27573 Country United States Page 1/1

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