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Lincoln Navigator: My 2004 Lincoln Navigator lose the air in

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My 2004 Lincoln Navigator lose the air in suspension when the temp. gets down below about 50 degrees. Any suggestions?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Lincoln
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 2 years ago.
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The leak could be from the compressor itself, one of the air lines to the air springs, or one of the springs themselves.
You'll want to start with a visual inspection of the lines and springs to make sure there is no visible damage.
If no visible damage is found then you'll want to check for leaks. With the system aired up mix up a solution of soapy water in a spray bottle. Spray all system lines, the air springs and the compressor itself while watching for air bubbles. Any air escaping will cause air bubbles to form in the soapy solution.