Sounds good. Thanks I am aware that's what happens but is it easy to replace the spring capos? If so is it costly.
Would it help if I disconnected the battery cable to reset everything or keep warming up the car?
I just recently replaced my windshield wiper motor and this started to happen around the same time, . Do you think maybe the relay switch got wet and is bad.
Thank you I will let you know tomorrow. I have someone checking the car tomorrow. Later, Gloria
well, I know for a fact that the spring caps are an issue, but Im not there to see the springs first hand, so I do not know what condition they are in. A Lincoln Navigator is a very expensive vehicle to own, ecpecially when the air suspension needs repairing..You will need to decide if it is cost effective to repair it or get another vehicle. The cost of converting over to conventional springs is alot, especially if the rest of the truck is not in good shape, but that is a decision you will need to make.