1997-2002 Ford Expedition Air Suspension Conversion
Don't let this vehicle having a very simple system fool you. It can easily leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere with the rear-end hanging. This Rear Ford Expedition Air Suspension Conversion for a 2 wheel drive comes with ALL parts needed to do the suspension conversion on the rear, including specially made Premium Rear Coil Springs that safely and snugly sit in the seat that the air spring used to sit in. With this design, there's no need for spring isolators or brackets which makes for a really quick install and/or lower installation costs. Also included, are instructions how to do the install, to defeat the Check Suspension message and a toll-free tech line for help on the install.
This Navigator Suspension Conversion Includes:
- Converts Rear of a 2 Wheel Drive.
- Brand name rear springs.
- Optional rear shock packages.
- Easy to follow instructions clearly show technicians how to install the new conversion kit.
- Instructions included to disarm suspension warning message on your Expedition.
- These high-quality parts are proudly made in the United States.
- The Ford Expedition Air Suspension Conversion is equipped with a lifetime warranty to provide added security and comfort for an extended period of time.
- We'll buy-back some of the old air suspension parts for CA$H!
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Ford Expedition Suspension Help and Common Problems
What about the computer? Won't the suspension light come on?
No. Easy to follow instructions show you how to defeat the suspension warning message. Once it's done, you'll never see a suspension warning ever again.
Do you have to replace the rear shocks when you convert?
No. Right now, your vehicle has an airbag with a totally separate shock absorber(one can be replaced without the other). We don't want to force you to buy something that you may have already replaced. Will the vehicle have a better ride if you did replace the shocks at the same time?.....Absolutely. While replacing the rear shocks isn't required to convert, it usually has a better ride afterward if they are replaced at the same time.
Does my mechanic have to cut or weld anything?
No, never. These kits are designed to be a bolt-on installation. Installation instructions are included.
Can any mechanic do the install?
We have plenty of shade-tree mechanics install these kits all the time. If they can do it, someone who turns wrenches for a living should blow through it! All kits come with illustrated instructions and we even provide a toll-free number in case someone has a question.
How many hours does it take for the conversion?
You should generally figure between 1-1.5 hours times the shops labor rate, but this can vary greatly depending on the shop.
What height will the vehicle be afterward?
Just like installing any New coil spring, the vehicle will be a tad bit high for 2-3 weeks until the springs settle. During this 2-3 week period, the vehicle will lower a little bit until it's settled in. That will be your regular ride height, which will be very close to what your vehicle was at when the air suspension was acting correctly.