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HI ..I recently purchased a 98 Navigator and the
I would re-install them myself, I liek them better, but you can try to find the air suspension control module. It is
usually mounted on the AC/Heater box and it will have a black connector and a
gray connector. Unplugging the black connector will turn off the “check
air suspension light” but it will also disable your power steering
tension (variable assist steering) control on the left side of the
steering column. So after you unplug the black connector you need to
remove the dark green/light green wire pin from the connector
and then reconnect that black connector to the module. That will disable
only the check air suspension light. Or to make quick work of it you
can just identify that black connector to the module and cut the green
wire. And be sure to isolate that wire because the “check air suspension
light” will come on if it touches ground.
on Oct 05, 2017
Why would my 1998 Lincoln Navigator have a miss in it?
Are your sure this is an ignition related misfire, have you checked that the fuel injector is working in the suspect cylinder, does it have at least 95% cylinder pressure on a compression test compared to the highest reading cylinder? Do the testing. Also what are the fault code(s) you are showing on a scan.
on Jul 14, 2017
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