I am considering replacing the shocks on my Navigator. Is there any thing I should be concerned with.
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2002 Lincoln Navigator Question: Replacing Shocks
Answer #1backyard tech August 09, 2009, 19:41Master
I believe you have air shocks in the rear. If they are not leaking, don't replace them.
Replybackyard tech, August 09, 2009, 20:28Master
You have air springs in the rear. Unless you are having a problem with you rear load leveling Don't touch the rear.
ReplyVisitor, November 21, 2010, 13:32
I WANT TO CHANGE MY AIR RIDE TO SHOCKS BECAME THEY ARE DOWN.
Answer #2patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, August 09, 2009, 20:07Master
The front are straight forward tube type shocks that go through the front suspension coil springs, little disassemble is required that involves anything but the shocks themselves, about 1 hour work for both sides, rear are also tube style shocks and go from the rear axle to the chassis, very simple to install, (under an hour both sides rear).