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Old 12-06-2014, 08:52 AM
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2003 Navigator Air Suspension Pig Tail

Hey guys, someone has had to have this issue before. Please help. I replaced the relay and the Air Pump tested O.K.

I think I know why the pump wont kick in and raise the Navigator. This Blue/Yellow wire is not getting any power and I cant figure out why. I am not sure what this Blue/Yellow wire is for . Can someone chime in and help me out.


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This Blue/Yellow wire is not getting any power and I cant figure out why.
That wire is used by the control module to supply the ground to the relay coil. See the attached PDF.
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My suggestion go coil over. Eliminate all go these costly problems. Example: I replaced the compressor, one month later the front was loosing air, than I purchased new bags. Then still wouldnt work properly I had new issues. Finally I said the He.. with it and purchased new oil overs. Under $300.00 and there a dream. Should have done it long ago. You an sell your existing stuff and probably get back your $. I did!
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