Lincoln Navigator Rear Suspension Problems?

Answer Introduced in 1998, the Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV available in 4-speed and 6-speed automatic transmission. Despite its popularity amongst luxury SUV competitors, the Navigator suf... Read More »

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How to Reset the Suspension in a 2003 Lincoln Navigator?

Resetting the air suspension on a 2003 Lincoln Navigator is a simple maintenance procedure. The air suspension should be disengage prior to lifting the Navigator and then reengaged after lowering t... Read More »

The Location of the Air Suspension Relay Switch on a 2000 Lincoln Navigator?

The 2000 Lincoln Navigator uses an automatic suspension system that adjusts the shocks and suspension components during driving to improve handling. The system works by monitoring front and rear se... Read More »

98 Lincoln Navigator Alternator Problems?

What seems to be an alternator problem on your 1998 Lincoln Navigator may be the result of a defect in some other part of the charging system. Use your eyes, hands and a multimeter to try to remedy... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Signal Lights in a Lincoln Navigator?

Replacing one of your Lincoln Navigator's rear signal lights isn't expensive or time-consuming. In fact, with the right replacement bulb in hand, it's easy enough for just about anyone to do. Befor... Read More »