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1997 2002 lincoln navigator front air suspension conversion kit (4 wd)

  1. 1. PR Log - Global Press Release Distribution 1997-2002 Lincoln Navigator Front Air Suspension Conversion Kit (4WD) By AirSuspension.com Dated: Jun 22, 2010 The Navigator air suspensions longevity is determined by how much extreme heat and cold weather your Lincoln Navigator is subjected to. If your 98 Lincoln navigator air suspension is not working, it could be one a few problems. If one corner of your vehicle is not airing up, or is not airing up properly, it could be a sensor not functioning correctly. It could also be the seals on the airbags, if one of your bags will not air up. These seals just wear out overtime. Often these seal problems will start when the vehicle is exposed to cold weather, as the seals begin to contract. This is not a big issue as the seals are only around $20, but it is a hassle to replace them. Read on for more. This problem could also be because of a leaking valve, a leaking valve, or a failed motor. These things cost a lot more money to fix. In many cases it will cost $800-$1200. Larger aftermarket wheels or tires can contribute to some air suspension problems, as they put extra stress that these air suspension components were not meant to handle. If your air suspension is not working, and you dont feel like troubleshooting a overly complicated system, and just want a one time fix at an affordable price, there is a solution for you. Similar to the 1998 Lincoln town car air suspension, there are kits you can buy to replace your air suspension system with a coil spring kit. These coil spring kits are much stronger, and will hold up much better than an air system, even with large aftermarket wheels and tires. In most cases a coil spring kit will never need to be replaced. So if youre having 1998 Lincoln navigator air suspension problems make sure you buy a new coil conversion kit. The Navigator air suspensions longevity is determined by how much extreme heat and cold weather your Lincoln Navigator is subjected to. These severe conditions degrade the air ride suspension components of the air suspension system. Many times the electronic devices (modules and sensors) begin to fail with age as well. This is a recipe for disaster and compounds the suspension problems related to the factory Lincoln Navigator suspension system. Also overlooked many times on the Lincoln Navigator is the condition of the front suspension of the vehicle. In the same span of time, the Navigator front suspension is subject to extreme wear and the poor shock and spring quality will make it difficult to properly align the vehicle and this causes excessive wear and tear on the front tires and eventually eliminates the great ride you deserve as a Lincoln Navigator owner. For more details, please visit our website: http:// www.airsuspension.com/lincoln-navigator-air-suspension-parts-s/39.htm ### http://www.airsuspensions.com - Having air suspension problems? Consider our air ride suspension conversion kits to get that new car ride again. We offer struts, air shocks and shock absorbers. Category Automotive Tags lincoln navigator monroe shock absorbers, struts, shocks, air springs, coil spring, air bags, air shocks, conversion kit Email Click to email author Page 1/2
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