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#306 of 827 Navigation discs
May 20, 2006 (1:29 pm)
As I posted just before I bought a 2003 ultimate Navi, it does not have the navigation discs for the system. I also own a 2002 Lincoln Blackwood with the navigation system. The discs from the Blackwood will not work in the Navigator. Any suggestions on where to purchase the discs? Also does any one know if the mapping is any better than what was in the blackwood, I purchased the updates on the Blackwood and they still did not show some of the Freeways Here in the LA area that are 4 years old.
#307 of 827 Changing Door Lock codes!
May 20, 2006 (1:31 pm)
Its me again, I could have posted one message to cover all my issues, but figured each one of them is diferent.
How do I set the codes so that I can use the buttons on the outside of the door?
#308 of 827 Re: Changing Door Lock codes! [e_z_zeke]
May 21, 2006 (12:49 pm)
I had an 03 Navigator Ultimate.....never had your problems but:
On the suspension, it's not a fuse, or the whole car would be down. There is only one air pump - it has to be a leak in the one side somewhere.
To set the code on the door, you need the master code, which should be in your owner's manual. If not, your Ford dealer can give it to you from the VIN number. Once you have it, you put it in, then press 2, then put in the new 5 digit code you want. Your doors will lock then unlock if you did it correctly.
May 21, 2006 (12:50 pm)
The systems are different - the Blackwood system is CD driven, the Navigator is
DVD driven, and much better. It's a Denso system, I believe, but I'd shop around the net, E-Bay autos, etc. Someone out there has them for sale.
#310 of 827 Re: Air Suspension [e_z_zeke]
May 22, 2006 (6:29 pm)
Hey I was able to fix the air suspension, was an easy fix. After lifting up the Navi so that I could get underneath, and removing the front left wheel, I examined all the fittings from the compressor down to the airbag. I found that the nut holding the ride height sensor on was loose and allowing the arm to move with out moving the sensor. One wrench and I was back good to go again
#311 of 827 Re: Air Suspension [e_z_zeke]
May 22, 2006 (6:53 pm)
Good job, man!!
#312 of 827 2003 Lincoln Navigator Wireless Headphone Problem
May 23, 2006 (6:49 am)
I just bought a 2003 Navi from Carmax and it came with a DVD Entertainement system. It also came with the wireless headphones. I am having problems with trying to get the wireless headphones to work. When I connected a wired headphone everything works. The wireless headphones even worked in my brother's Lexus GX. So it's not the headphones. Does anyone know how to make the wireless headphones work or sync up with my DVD system in the Navigator?
#313 of 827 Re: 2003 Lincoln Navigator Wireless Headphone Problem [melq28]
May 23, 2006 (8:25 am)
I am having the same problem, was wondering if I have to buy direct replacementsfor the head sets. I tried using the head sets out of an 06 chevy system, but they did not work either!
#314 of 827 Re: Air Suspension [e_z_zeke]
May 23, 2006 (8:28 am)
It seems I am replying to my own postings now. Well I spoke to soon, the ride height sensor is going to have to be replaced because the nut just spins and will not tighten up to hold the sensor arm in place, oh well at least I know what part to purchase. Now I wonder just how much that part is going to cost!
#315 of 827 Re: 99 navigator [cbullplume]
May 24, 2006 (7:03 pm)
Check your coolant level, some times when the coolant is low not enough hot coolant gets to the heater core. If this is the case and you are loosing coolant have the system presured check to fing the leak.