I have had the same problem on two ocassions. Your compressor is going bad. After having the compressor replaced (twice), everything was fine. Once it finally levels, turn the suspension off using the switch in the left side of the trunk. Wait awhile. If it drops again, the front bag(s) are leaking. Else the compressor is too worn out to lift properly within the 90 second time limit and the computer is cutting out to "protect" it; will need replacement as is not user serviceable. They go for around $160-$180 (4/2007). Suspect your bags as well, cause if they're leaking, that will cause the new compressor to overwork and fail again.
Your front air suspension bag has a leak in it.
Your air suspension bag has a leak.
The compressor is located on the front passenger side of the engine compartment just in front of the battery. (man, have we had problems with the whole suspension system!)
It is in the right front corner of the engine compartment (passenger side)
You have a leak in your air suspension.
how do you no when you front air suspension go
The front suspension is steerable.
Frame,Suspension, Frontfork,Engine, Transmission, Wheels, Tires,brakes, battery,etc.
To the best of my knowledge this truck uses the front suspension called "Ford twin I-beam front suspension."
On a 1997 Ford Expedition : ( NO ) not on the front suspension It could have the REAR load levelling air suspension
All but the springs. The springs match the weight of the engine and accessories.
how do I take apart the front suspension for the jounce bumper
The front suspension is essential to remove friction between the tires of a vehicle and the road. The cover over the front suspension strut is found covering the shock retaining nut.
name and show all the parts of a car`s front-end suspension
it depends on what year the motors are you will have to change motor mounts .exhaust maybe front suspension
Yes, the crossmember for suspension is in front of the engine. Very easy job.
It is located on the passenger side of the engine, near the front of the engine. Above the lower control arm. I had to reach around the suspension with one arm and up through the suspension with the other to get it off. Also it takes 7 quarts of Oil..
If you look at the front suspension of any beetle you can tell if it is a super or non-super beetle. If there is a McPherson front suspension then it is a super beetle. If there is a torsion bar front suspension then it is a non-super beetle.
My 93 s10 Blazer has torsion bar suspension and I suspect yours does too, which would make it independent front suspension.
No, it has independent suspension in front.
The advantages of independent front suspension is a smoother ride, better handling, and better road holding ability.
from underneath the vehicle u have to remove some suspension parts and parts of the front cover of the engine
There are two horizontal bolts at the front of the cradle, and two verticle bolts at the rear. You do of course have to deal with the engine, transmission, brakes and suspension also.
I believe some did come with a v-6. Most have the 2.3 L . Just remember if you do put a larger engine in the '87, you will most likely have problems with the front suspension. Also, with the added power you could just tear the front end out. These front ends are not very strong.