1997-2002 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit
Are you having air suspension problems on your 4x4 Expedition? Now is the time to make the decision to repair the air suspension or do a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit and be done with that problem forever! It's important to know that ALL air suspension systems WILL fail in time. This is largely due to the approximate 10-year lifespan that is pre-engineered into the airbags. Being in this business for over 30 years, we have found that a leak will usually go unnoticed for 6 months to a year before the driver even realizes there’s a problem. During this time, the system may need to work 2-20 times MORE than it was designed too. When the driver does finally realize something is wrong, it’s because either the leak is so bad that the system can’t make up for it + do its job like it was designed too…..or one or more air suspension parts has been damaged and can’t do its job like it was designed too. Lucky for Lincoln Navigator owners, we now offer a complete 4 wheel conversion for vehicles that came from the factory with air suspension. No more replacing parts or “trying other parts” in order to fix a problem. No need to find that special mechanic that actually knows how to work on the air….rather than just replace parts! American Air Suspension offers this Premium Front & Rear Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit for your 4x4, which will eliminate those expensive air suspension repairs forever, all while retaining the factory ride height all day.....every day! This kit comes with everything you need to do the Suspension Conversion and requires no cutting, drilling or welding.
This Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit Includes:
- Converts Front & Rear.
- Brand Name Front Coil-Over Shocks.
- 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 Navigator.
- These high-quality parts are proudly made in the United States.
- The Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit is equipped with a lifetime warranty to provide added security and comfort for an extended period of time.
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Lincoln Navigator Suspension Help and Common Problems
What about the computer? Won't the suspension light come on?
Absolutely not. The Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit includes easy to follow instructions on how to defeat the check suspension message.
Do I need to buy the rear shocks in order to convert my Navigator?
No. You "can" convert the vehicle to a conventional coil spring suspension system without replacing the rear shocks, but the ride quality WILL suffer if they're not installed at the same time. We simply don't want to force you to buy something that you may have replaced already, that's why it is an option.
Do you need to cut or weld to install the Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit?
No, never. These kits are designed to be a bolt-on installation. Installation instructions are included.
Are those coil-over shocks for the front?
Yes, they're for the Front. The AW/D (4X4) Navigator has air suspension in the front & the rear. While the rear is more well known as a leak problem with it's airbags, the Front air shocks will eventually sag down too.....even if they aren't leaking. In other words, if you don't do a front conversion as well, the front WILL sag after a couple weeks or so.
How many hours to install the Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit?
You should generally figure between 2-3 hours times the shops labor rate, but this can vary greatly depending on the shop.
What's the ride height after installing the kit?
Just like installing any new coil spring, the vehicle will be a tad bit high for 1-2 weeks until the springs settle. After that 2 week period, your vehicle will be very close to what your vehicle was at when the air suspension was working correctly.