my compressor has quit working and my vehicle is lowered all the way. we would like to see if its a fuse. i cannot find anyone to give me the skimatics for the fuse. there is no labeling on the fuses. my husband is wanting to change the fuse first before he does away with the air ride and changes to regular struts and shocks.
my compressor has quit working and my vehicle is lowered all the way. on 2003 Lincoln Navigator
by brookekelsey in Morristown, TN on February 17, 2011
ANSWER by DaveJHM on February 17, 2011
Think compressor relay. That is the most common cause of the compressor stopping operation. Check relay F2.111 in the central junction box - under the hood.
ANSWER by Visitor on June 29, 2011
get rid of air suspenshion and get struts ive had 5 lots of air suspenshion on a 2004 nav got struts now from strut master no more hassle lincoln nav is a night mare suv never again mike from uk