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2004 Lincoln nave, rear wheels jacked up high, front wheels normal, rides real rough??? any thoughts???? Thanks,

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  • Richard Scordino Jan 23, 2011

    Here's a thought: Check the height control arm that goes between the rear axle and the body. If it comes off it will cause the system to pump up because it has no idea what the actual height is.

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The 2003 on up Navigator is the worst designed and most expensive to maintain out of all the Ford systems, since Ford started in 1984. Do yourself a favor and do a Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion 03 06 Lincoln Navigator Air Suspension Conversion Elite and be done with the air....and be able to rely on this vehicle. Something you CAN'T do with the air.

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