Having problems with your 2001 Lincoln Navigator ?

I have a 2001 Lincoln Navigaor that i just had the electronics module replaced 5 days ago my check suspension light would also come on and sometimes would stay on until we would turn the truck off and restart it then it wouldn't come back on for a while but now my rear is really really low and now u don't even hear the noise that it would make when we would put the key in the ignition in the start position which is the same noise it would make whe we would turn the vehicle off also the check su

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 03-08-2020

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Hello, this is a really nice vehicle until something breaks. The Air ride system is complicated. I do think you have lost a ground wire in the rear area of the truck. Your fuelgauge problem and your Air ride problem may share the same ground wire. If you are mechanically inclined you may look under the truck and find a common ground wire for the 2 problems.
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\015\012The best thing though is a Diagnostic scan for the Air ride. Unfortunately the machine costs so much that few Independent shops will invest for working on 1 Manufacturers products. The Dealer will have what you need and the Diagnostics will save Labor costs by pinpointing the problem in the fastest time. You may call around to some Body shops in your area and see if they have this machine at a lower Labor cost.
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\015\012You can also try spraying a little WD40 in the doorjam switches and the rear cargo hatch pin for the cargo lights. The Air ride will NOT pump up if the doorjam or hatch switches indicate a door is open. This is tied in direct to your Air ride and not the "door ajar" indicator light. This is independent of the fuel gauge problem.
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\015\012I feel your problem my be fixed without a lot of expensive parts, especially if it is only a ground wire connection. Just cover all the bases and work on the jam switches. Would like to know how this problem ends up.
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