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suspension

lanell04navlanell04nav Posts: 1
edited October 2015 in Lincoln
I have a 2004 Lincoln Navigator. This morning I was on my way to the store when my front end would not lift up. the compressor still comes on and the rear inflates just fine. height sensors appear to be in tact. any help would greatly be appreciated
this is the first time this has happened.

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    Here's a suggestion from a Ford mechanic that I took off the Internet. Hope this helps you:

    "This will usually be caused by a leak at one of the air bags. Most of the time it will be the right one for some reason. To tell this get into the vehicle and shut the door.Turn the key to the on position(do not start the vehicle) and then pull the gear shifter past neutral.The compressor will start,now put it back into park and leave the key on.Then open the drivers door,the compressor will stop but will start back up as soon as you close the drivers door.Now walk around to the front of the vehicle and listen for a leak.The side that you hear the leak on will be the side you need to repair.

    Read more: http://www.justanswer.com/ford-lincoln/4ceng-lincoln-navigator-problem-front-air-suspension.html#ixzz3qAqqEwNt
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