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Arnott's exclusive premium shock for the Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition delivers control, stability, handling, and comfort. Arnott's new exclusive aftermarket part design adapts the Lincoln Navigator or Ford Expedition shocks to the original OEM air spring and Arnott's aftermarket air spring. The OE shock will cost you a great deal more at your dealership! Arnott recommends replacing Lincoln Navigator or Ford Expedition shocks in pairs. Features: Improved Ride and Handling CNC-Machined Adapters New O-rings Included Fits OEM or Aftermarket Air Springs
BRAND: Arnott Industries
- Shock Absorber
- Arnott Front Shock
- Lincoln: AU2Z18124C
- Ford: AU2Z18124G
- Ford: AU2Z18124D
- Ford: 6L7Z18124AD
- Lincoln: AU2Z18124H
- Lincoln: 5L1Z18125AA
- Ford: AU2Z18124C
- Lincoln: 6L7Z18124AD
- Ford: 6L7Z18124BC
- Lincoln: 6L7Z18124BC
- Ford: 5L1Z18125AA
- Ford: AU2Z18124H
- Lincoln: AU2Z18124D
- Lincoln: AU2Z18124G
- 2003-2006 Ford Expedition - Position: Front
- 2003-2006 Lincoln Navigator - Position: Front
How often should shock absorbers be replaced?
Shock absorbers should generally be replaced every 50,000 miles or every 5-7 years
How to replace shock absorbers?
To replace shock absorbers, you need to remove the wheel and tire assembly, unbolt the old shock absorber, replace it with a new one, and tighten the bolts. Then, reinstall the wheel and tire, and test the new shocks.
Why do shock absorbers leak?
Shock absorbers can leak due to worn seals, damage to the piston or cylinder, or corrosion from exposure to moisture and road salt.
Can shock absorbers be replaced?
Yes, shock absorbers can be replaced when they start to wear out or fail.