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2004 Lincoln Navigator: Control Module..the air shocks..sensors

Customer Question

2004 Lincoln Navigator, Where is the Suspension Control Module? I eliminate the air shocks and leave all selenoids and sensors plugled, and pull the air compresor fuse. I still having the "Check Air Suspension" warning on.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Daryl replied 8 years ago.

Pic below, this is below the left side of the dash.



Customer: replied 8 years ago.
How do I Disarm the "Check Air Suspension" warning message?
Expert:  Daryl replied 8 years ago.
You could remove the instrument cluster and then remove the bulb but other than that I do not have any further info on this subject.