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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor

Price:$199.00+ Get $25 Back If You Return Core Within 30 Days
Application: 1998-2002 4x2 Navigator Only

Est. Quantity in Stock:1
Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
Part#: 1998-2002NAVCD2

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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 someone's 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.

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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 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Compressor is a rebuilt OEM compressor, 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.

Intermittent check suspension light on

If you have an intermittent check suspension message, the absolute best way to find out whats wrong is to pull the code(s) from the module. Unfortunately, most of us don't have access to a $2500+ scanner to do this.
One thing I recommend to check is for power at the big red wire on the compressor side of the harness shortly after starting the vehicle. If you aren't getting power to the compressor, it is possible the relay is damaged inside, can't be revived and needs replacing, but the first thing I would check before shelling out $110-$130 at the stealership that is fairly easy to do and dirt cheap, is to check for corrosion on the air suspension compressor relay connector. The location Ford chose to put the air suspension compressor relay is not the best possible place for an electrical part, but I think they put it there to help its ability to cool itself.
The compressors that these types of relays provide power for are power hungry. In other words, they are the biggest of the Ford/Lincoln group and "draw" or "pull" allot of amps even when brand new. This same compressor with some time on the clock can eat a relay for lunch!

It is located in the RF fenderwell up high, like behind the headlight housing. It is (see pic above) black & aluminum in color with cooling fins. First unplug the connector and inspect the contacts. Even if it looks clean, while your in there, go ahead and clean the contacts with an eraser and wash any contaminates(grease/oils) away with electrical contact cleaner and put some dielectric grease on the contacts. Blow dry with compressed air if you have access to an air compressor.
I have had several and heard of many more that had no signs of corrosion, but came back to life after 10-15 minutes of TLC.

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