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I have a 2006 navigator 4x2 i'm changing out the front air

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i have a 2006 navigator 4x2 i'm changing out the front air shocks, what is the size of the lower shack bolt assy. I have manual, bit it just indicates the torqe not the size. also were is the Air Ride Suspension Compressor Relay i've found some on the 2003 an o4 it was on the frame. its
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Welcome, I am Chris (aka-Moose)

Bolt size is not listed in the Ford repair steps. I could tell if I had a picture with something next to it to compare it to. I can tell you it is metric. Looking at the guides an educated guess is the nut is a 18 or 19 or 21mm.

The compressor relay is behind the passenger headlight.

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