2015 to 2017 Lincoln Navigator MKS Active Electronic To Passive Suspension Conversion Kit is a great way to eliminate the expense of dealing with the vehicle’s computerized suspension system. Using a technology previously known as CCD (Continuously Controlled Dampening System), Lincoln called the electronic struts in the Navigator “an adaptive suspension system.” Navigator vehicle owners simply call it a headache. Strutmasters, the leaders in suspension conversion kits, now offers a product designed to get all four wheels of the vehicle riding great for a fraction of the cost of Original Equipment parts at the dealer. Our suspension conversion kit does not need sensors or electronics to work. The fully-assembled coil-over-struts simply bolt right in place of the factory components. The 2015 to 2017 Lincoln Navigator’s Continuously Controlled Dampening or “adaptive suspension system,” depends on a host of electronic sensors and a control unit to function. With age and mileage, either those electronics malfunction or the factory struts simply wear out. A suspension warning light is one indicator the entire system is going bad. Another common issue is a firm, harsh ride that occurs when the electronic struts go haywire and get locked into an extra firm setting. There’s no need to hassle with a computerized electronic suspension that seems to be a never-ending money pit! Switch to a Strutmasters kit and get the smooth, dependable ride at a great value from the leaders in active suspension conversion kits.
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