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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit
Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit


 
Price:$599.00

Application: 2003-2006 Navigator or Expedition
Note: 2W/D or 4W/D

Stock Status: In Stock
Availability: Usually Ships Within 24 Hours
Part#: FX24F


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2003-2006 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit

Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit

Having Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Problems? If you're the owner of 2003, 2004, 2005 or 2006 Lincoln Navigator or Ford Expedition, the decision to install a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit is one of best decisions you can make as it has been called "Money in the Bank" by many Navigator owners in the past. The reason for this is because the air suspension system on this vehicle is one of the worst designed, most expensive to maintain and most unreliable of all the Lincolns since they started back in 1984! What makes this system so bad you ask? The Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Parts themselves! Between the cheaply made sensors and the poor excuse for an airbag suspension design, the cost of the repair is simply a gamble. It's a gamble because even if you do sink $3k into the system, there's no guarantee the system will work like it's supposed too! What's the answer? Install this Premium Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion and be done with the problem forever! Our Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit comes with all the parts you need to quickly and safely convert the front and rear of your Navigator to a conventional coil spring type suspension system.

This Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit Includes:

  • Front and Rear Name Brand Strut and Spring Assemblies.
  • Easy to follow instructions clearly show technicians how to install the new conversion kit.
  • Optional electronic module to cancel out the suspension warning message on your Navigator.
  • These high-quality Lincoln 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.

Why Buy Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Parts From American Air Suspension?

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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Help and Common Problems

What about the suspension warning light?

If the optional electronic "light-out" module is purchased, you will never see a suspension warning message ever again.

Why is your Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit better than others?

Install the best kit on the market today and never have those Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Problems again!

Does anything have to be cut or welded?

No. Installation does NOT require and welding or drilling.

What if my mechanic has problems installing the conversion kit, what then?

We furnish easy to follow illustrated instructions as well as a toll-free tech line.

How many hours does it take for the Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit?

Average install time is around 3-4 hours. This kit is designed for the 2003, 2004,2005 & 2006 Lincoln Navigator.

Will the car sit lower than it did with the air?

No. Just like installing any New coil spring, the vehicle will be a tad bit high for 1-2 weeks until the springs settle. During this 1-2 week period, the vehicle will lower a little bit until the springs settle. 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.


2003-2006
Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit

Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit
When installing a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit on ANY vehicle be sure to follow all safety procedures. Make sure that when you lift your vehicle, that you're using a sturdy and dependable jack and jack stands and that the car is parked on a flat and level surface. Failure to do so can result in the vehicle sliding off it's supports and onto you! Make sure you have or can obtain all the tools required beforehand. A list of the tools needed is below, but gloves and especially eye protection should be standard equipment on any job.
Be sure to follow the instructions in the specified order, as they are laid out in a particular order for a reason. Improper installation and even installation in the incorrect order can cause damage to these parts that are NOT covered under your warranty! Always take precaution not to exceed the gross vehicle weight rating recommended by the manufacturer.

WARNING: The electrical power to the air suspension system must be shut off prior to hoisting the car. It can be accomplished by turning off the air suspension switch located in the left rear cargo area. Failure to do so may result in unexpected inflation or deflation of the airbags that may result in shifting of the vehicle during these operations.

Tools Needed for Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit:
Metric Socket Set
Floor Jack
Jack stands
Metric Wrenches
Screwdrivers(Phillips-head & Flat-head)
Wire Cutters/stripper/crimping tool
Level Work area
Allen Wrenches

We recommend this installation in 5 general categories:
Read general service precaution
Support the vehicle in a level area
Remove air suspension air struts
Install conversion struts
Disable ride control

REAR STRUT REMOVAL:
* Turn OFF the air suspension switch. Support and raise the vehicle. Remove the wheels.
* Depress the orange air collet on the solenoid to release the air line. Go here for help disconnecting the air lines.
* Disconnect the electrical connector from the solenoid.
* Remove the outer toe link from the spindle and disconnect the toe link bar.
* Loosen and remove the top three mounting nuts from the Lincoln Navigator Air Bag.
* Remove the nut and bolt from the lower strut mount and remove the Lincoln Navigator Air Bag.

REAR LINCOLN NAVIGATOR AIR SUSPENSION CONVERSION KIT INSTALLATION:
* Place the strut into the upper mounting location and secure with three nuts LOOSELY.
* Place the lower strut mount into the frame mount and tighten nut and bolt.
* Place the toe-link back into the rear spindle and tighten the nut.
* Tighten the upper three mounts.
* Replace the wheels and torque lug nuts to recommended torque specs.
Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.


FRONT STRUT REMOVAL:
* Loosen and disconnect the outer tie rod from the spindle.
* Loosen and remove the top three mounting nuts from theLincoln Navigator Air Bag.
* Depress the orange collar on the solenoid to release the air line. Go here for help disconnecting the air lines.
* Disconnect the electrical connector from the solenoid.
* Remove the nut and bolt from the lower strut mount and remove theLincoln Navigator Air Bag.

Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.

FRONT LINCOLN NAVIGATOR AIR SUSPENSION CONVERSION KIT INSTALLATION:
* Place the strut into the upper mounting location and secure with the three nuts LOOSELY.
* Place the lower strut into the frame mount and secure with bolt and nut.
* Replace the steering arm and secure with the previously removed nut.
* Tighten the three upper nuts and replace the wheel. Torque lug nuts to factory recommended torque specs.

Repeat steps for the other side of the vehicle.

Congratulations, the Front and Rear Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit is now complete, so you'll never have to deal with Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Problems ever again!

We highly recommend having a four wheel alignment done after a week or so
(after the springs settle)

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Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion


Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 11 Write a review »

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
can't tell a difference in the ride April 20, 2016
Reviewer: Jonathan M. from Liberty, TX  
Eddie the shock/strut replacement worked perfect can't tell a difference in the ride, thank you for all your help.

Jonathan M.

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  11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
 
Thank you for making an affordable solution April 1, 2016
Reviewer: Marvin B. from CLEVELAND,TN.  
An estimate from the dealer to fix my Navi was almost $2,500 to fix THE FRONT ONLY. Thank you for making an affordable solution so I can keep this old girl on the road a little longer, without breaking the bank.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
I recommend American Air 100% for anything! March 31, 2016
Reviewer: John B. from Pomona,Ca  
When every dime counts,you have to get your auto parts online. In my experience, this may save you a stack of cash, but it may also be a total waist of money and time if you pick the wrong source. When I call for a car part, I always feel the sales person out to find out how much(or little) they know about cars in general. If all they have is a fancy sales pitch, how can I trust their advice? It was refreshing to say the least, to find someone that not only knows the product theyre selling, but was a Lincoln trained tech for many years!  Finding someone on the web that knows your car inside and out is very rare these days. After 10 minutes of grilling Eddy(lol), I knew I found the right place. Everything he told me turned out to be factual and the converter kit he sold me was a high-quality part that fit my car like a glove and gives me a fantastic ride I really wasn't expecting. I recommend American Air 100% for anything!

Thank you so much,
John

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  7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
 
I was really impressed after towing my boat March 29, 2016
Reviewer: Mike W. from Stockton, CA  
I was happy with the ride after the converter kit was installed, but I was really impressed after towing my boat. No sway at all and seems more controlled going down the road. I'll recommend it to every Navigator owner I see!

Thanks again,
Mike

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  9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
 
The ride quality is fantastic February 2, 2016
Reviewer: G. Richards from Kalamazoo,MI.  
I was an aircraft mechanic for 25 years and know a thing or two about repairing something. Even after spending $2,500 replacing most of the air suspension parts, and using a lot of man hours making sure everything was absolutely perfect, my Expedition would still hit the ground when it was cold outside. After speaking with Eddy on the phone, I realized what the problem was and the best solution for me. Thank you for taking the time to explain the ins and outs and setting me up with a conversion kit. The ride quality is fantastic and your service was second to none!

Thanks G. Richards

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