1998 Lincoln Navigator Rear Suspension on 1998 Lincoln Navigator

How do we repair the rear suspension air springs and solenoid on a 1998 lincoln navigator 4x4 ?

by in Man, WV on September 14, 2010
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ANSWER by on September 14, 2010
if you have no expierence, let a shop do it. it is a tough job and not cheap. Roy
ANSWER by on September 17, 2010
If you can change out an alternator, you can switch out the air bags & change the solenoid. I did my 98 navigator's at 6 years old. I would start at the solenoid first, check wires (wiggle them) if the system does not work at all and idiot light is on.
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COMMENT by on February 11, 2013
WHAT WIRES DO U NEED TO CHECK ON. THE TRUCK GOES INTO OVERDRIVE WHEN I START TO ACCELERATE, IT THENS JUMPS TO A HIGHER GEAR WITH A JOLT. SHOP WANTS $500 TO REPLACE SOLENOID. ALSO THE CHECK SUSPENSION LIGHT IS NOW ON DURING THE RIDE. HELP WITH ANY ADVICE
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Prior to jacking or lifting a vehicle with air suspension, you must turn off the suspension switch. The switch is generally located in the trunk or on the right side of the passenger foot well.