1997-2002 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt
Are you having Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Problems, like the front end dropping overnight? Although we highly recommend converting the Front & Rear of your Lincoln Navigator 4x4 at the same time, we do offer a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt in case you've already converted the rear in the past. The front system utilizes a pair of special factory air shocks that assist the front torsion bars in holding up the front of the vehicle. This Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt includes ALL parts needed to complete the Front Only Suspension Conversion with no welding or special tools required!
This Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt Includes:
- Converts Front Only.
- Brand Name Front Coil-Over-Shock.
- Easy to follow instructions clearly show technicians how to install the new conversion kit.
- These high-quality parts are proudly made in the United States.
- The Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt is equipped with a Limited Lifetime Warranty to provide added security and comfort for an extended period.
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Lincoln Navigator Suspension Help and Common Problems
What about the computer? Won't the suspension light come on?
My Navigator has torsion bars in the front, why do I need coil-over shocks in the front?
Unlike the rear, the air system on the front is more of a helper system. As opposed to the rear which is totally relying on the air. If all the air in the front escaped, it wouldn't be as low as the rear, thanks to the torsion bars. The ride, however, would be GREATLY affected and increased tire wear will be quite evident.
Does my mechanic have to cut or weld anything?
No. This Front Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit - Frt is a simple bolt-on installation.
Why is converting the "Front Only" not recommended?
Even if the rear isn't leaking, eventually it'll need to be pumped back up. If you convert the front only, the system will not understand what is wrong with the front and will shut down as a safety precaution, therefore NOT pumping the rear up anymore.
How long does it take to install the Front Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit?
You should figure between 1-1.5 hours times the shops labor rate, but this can vary greatly depending on the shop.
Can any mechanic do this conversion?
There's a lot of backyard mechanics install the front Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Kit in a couple of hours. By all means, if you don't feel comfortable with this install, seek a professional mechanic to do it for you.