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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor
Rebuilt In-House
Two Year Warranty

Price:$199.00>Includes $25 refundable core charge
Application: 1998-2002 4x2 Navigator Only

Est. Quantity in Stock:4
Part Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
Part#: 1998-2002NAVCD2


1998-2002 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor 2W/D

Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor

Even though a Suspension Conversion for the Navigator is much more economical in the long run, we do offer this Heavy Duty rebuilt Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor for 1/3 the price of the dealer. We've rebuilt thousands of these compressor since 1997! Since then we've racked up a lot of knowledge and experience to be able to make them better than new, by making them more efficient. Apparently we got someones attention because Ford themselves wanted to learn our secrets!

This part includes a single rebuilt OEM Air Suspension Compressor for a 1998-2002 Lincoln Navigator 4x2 with a 2 Year Warranty(with core return & within 30 days).

This Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor Includes:

  • Rebuilt In-House.
  • Rebuilt Compressor and Dryer assembly.
  • 3 Long Life Mounting Insulators.
  • One Hole Dryer.
  • One Air Line Collet and Collar.

Why Buy Lincoln Air Suspension Parts From American Air Suspension?

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Nobody knows these systems better! The owner of American Air Suspension(AAS) was a Ford/Lincoln Certified Air Suspension Expert for over 20 years. During this time, he quickly learned what were the best parts... and which parts to leave for "the other guys". You can trust AAS to bring you only the best parts available for your Lincoln Air Suspension. Learn More About Us »

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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Help and Common Problems

What about the black plastic tank? Does it come with one?

That is the dryer and yes, it is part of the assembly you will receive.

Why are your compressors better than others?

The biggest reason is that we go through the compressor during the rebuilding process......rather than just clean & paint everything that comes in the door! That's right, the majority of the so-called "rebuilders" out there, simply clean & paint...then box up the part and call it rebuilt. Another reason is good ole' experience. If you do something long enough, you can't help but to get good at it. We've been rebuilding Ford/Lincoln compressor/dryers since 1997 and have rebuilt thousands of them over the years. On a bet, we even rebuilt one blindfolded! ;-) Nobody, and I mean Nobody knows more about your air suspension system. Another is that the owner, Eddie Spinks was a veteran technician for Ford & Lincoln for over 20 years. He was able to experience both sides of the fence so to speak. Not only doing the compressor rebuilding himself, but also the troubleshooting & installs. We were contacted by Ford Motor Company themselves years ago trying to find out how we make our compressors last so long. (no thanks)

How do I know the compressor will fit my vehicle?

Our compressors are rebuilt OEM compressors, so you can be assured a perfect fit every time.

How do you get the air lines out of the dryer?

To release an air line, you push in on the orange collar with one hand, while "at the same time" and with the other hand you pull the line out. To install the line into the replacement dryer, you simply push the line in until it stops.

All the other compressors I see for sale have 4 holes, with 3 holes plugged? How many comes on yours?

Our Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor and dryer is a rebuilt OEM unit, so that particular dryer will have a 1 port dryer.....just like came on it from the factory.

Do I need to return my old compressor/dryer?

Yes. To receive your $25 core charge and to start your warranty coverage, you'll need to send your old Compressor -AND- Dryer within 30 days of receiving the part from us. Failure to send it in within 30 days results in a voided warranty and no core charge refund.

Additional Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Help?

You replaced the Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor and it still won't come on?
Because the way the factory Expedition & Navigator air suspension compressor is built, they consume more amps than any other Ford/Lincoln compressor of comparable size and they are extremely hard on 2 things. One is the armature inside the electric motor part of the compressor and the other being the power supply, which is the compressor relay.
When the armature goes bad, the power consumption can increase and require even more power from the relay. These relays are a solid state design and don't do a very good job handling such a large current load and will usually be damaged.
With that being said, if you have replaced the compressor and it won't run, check for power at the compressor within 90 seconds of turning on the ignition. (after 90 seconds, the module will time-out and give up)
Don't worry, you didn't replace the Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor for nothing. You may have temporarily gotten it working again by just replacing the relay, but because the compressor was actually what started the problem, the new relay would be damaged in a short time if the Navigator air suspension compressor hadn't been replaced.

We now offer a Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor and dryer rebuilding service where we rebuild YOUR existing unit. It's the same rebuilding process, same warranty....we just use your compressor and dryer instead. Rebuild cost includes a single Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor and dryer & mounting insulators. While normal turnaround is usually 48-72 hours, if you're in a hurry, it may be a good idea to email first for an ETA. Click this link, or go to the main menu on the upper left of page. Rebuilding Services Available

The cheap compressors plastered all over the internet are a one size fits all kind of thing. They use one compressor for most models, but send different brackets to make it fit different vehicles. Most claim to be American Made but have a small white sticker that clearly says Made in China.

We've torn these apart before and can assure you they are comprised of the absolute cheapest parts on the face of the planet! Even something as simple as o-rings, they look & feel more like plastic than anything.

All rebuilt compressors, are warranted for 2 full years from the day of purchase, as long as the original old compressor/dryer core was returned within 30 days of purchase and upon inspection we find no signs of moisture inside the compressor and/or signs of overheating (driving vehicle with a leak). All warranties are for the original purchaser and are nontransferable. Warranty is for part replacement only and DOES NOT include labor. Any compressor that is being submitted for a warranty claim will need to be shipped at the customer's expense to the 311 Dry Fork Rd., Del Rio,TN. location and inspected by American Air Suspension before any warranty action is taken by American Air Suspension.

Lincoln Navigator air suspension compressor and dryer customers are required to pay an up front $25 core charge at the time of purchase -AND- are required to pay for return shipping of the old compressor & dryer. This $25 core charge will be refunded upon return of the compressor & dryer, but only if BOTH the compressor & dryer are returned and are returned within 30 days of purchase. The ONLY way to purchase a compressor/dryer without paying the core charge, is if the core is sent in BEFORE the purchase is made. Only then, is the core fee not required at time of purchase.

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