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Ford Expedition Replacement Air Spring Information

Generally used in larger vehicles, like buses, trucks and heavy SUV's, Air Springs are a type of air suspension that uses compressed air as a spring in place of conventional steel springs, such as those seen in smaller vehicles.

Ford Air Springs are specifically designed to give your Ford Expedition vertical lift, increase load capacity, and prevent bottoming out. Ford Air Springs fit easily inside existing traditional steel springs. No special tools are required for installation. Suspension stiffness and load-bearing capacity can be adjusted by varying the air pressure. These Air Springs are designed to be a direct fit for the Ford Expedition, with no modifications needed. The Air Springs for your Ford Expedition are available in self-leveling models, come with O-ring kits, and are made and assembled in the USA. Technicians are available live at to help you choose the best parts for your Ford Expedition.

Ford Expedition Air Spring They are available for the following Ford Expedition years: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 20, 19, 18, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97. This part is also sometimes called Ford Expedition Air Springs. We stock air spring parts for most Ford models including F150, Crown Victoria, F250 Super Duty, Ranger, F350 Super Duty, F250, F350, F53, E250, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, E150 Econoline, Windstar, F150 Heritage, F450 Super Duty, E450 Super Duty, Escape and F550 Super Duty.

We stock these Air Spring brands for the Ford Expedition: Replacement, Arnott, Westar, Unity, SuperSprings, Dorman, A1 Cardone, SKP and DIY Solutions.

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Your suspension system has a lot riding on it, more than 3,000 pounds of metal, to be exact. Add to that any passengers or cargo that you choose to carry and well, you can understand why your suspension is under a lot of stress. You trust your Ford Expedition to handle all this stress without issues. This vehicle is solid and reliable and you expect great performance from it daily. The Ford Expedition was country before country was cool and its drivers have high standards. But inevitably, there are times when some parts are going to fail.

Signs of a Failing Suspension System

Your suspension system takes a pounding every day. You go over unexpected bumps, potholes large enough to swallow a car and gravel roads. Your Expedition is exposed to the elements including rain, sleet, snow and the occasional dirt road. Things fly up and hit, scrape and grind against your suspension components. It is no wonder that sometimes suspension systems stop performing well.

If you need new Ford Expedition air springs, you may notice that your vehicle starts to sag on one end or the other. The rear end may appear much lower than the front end. Or one corner may appear to be noticeably higher than the others. This is the result of uneven weight distribution. Your Ford Expedition air springs are the very cushion that provide you with a smooth ride. If you need a replacement, you can quickly do an inspection to see what area of your vehicle is being affected. Go to each of the four corners of your Expedition and press down firmly on the corner. If you notice a lot of give or if seems higher or lower or otherwise out of place, it is time for new Ford Expedition air springs.

Sagging is not the only sign of a problem, however. You may also hear also clunking noises, especially when gong over bumps in the road. If your SUV is heavily weighted to one side, you may have problems cornering. Your Expedition may dip down very low to one side or not react to your steering commands at all, depending on which air spring is bad and which direction you are trying to turn. These issues arise because the air springs can no longer support the massive weight being put on them, since they are what literally holds the entire weight of the vehicle.

The Fix

Yes, despite your best efforts, Ford Expedition air ride suspension problems happen. When they do, you can rely on for a quick and affordable solution. A pair of Ford Expedition air springs range in price between $65 to $80, on average. If you want to do it yourself, find the Ford Expedition air suspension compressor location, get a Ford Expedition air suspension conversion kit or other parts from to make your repair. We always have the parts you need at rock bottom discount prices. Replace your air springs and go ahead, take that dirt road. Your suspension system can handle it.

Some of our Customer Reviews
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Reviewer: Maug

Arnott did the job. I recieved the part in a timely fashion. I got it at a great price will use Parts Geek again.

2002 Ford Expedition Air Spring

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Reviewer: Good Price / Easy Transaction

Product was as advertised. It was delivered on time.

1998 Ford Expedition Air Spring

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Reviewer: Good Quality

This is a good quality set and includes a unit that wires into the computer and prevents the warning from coming on in the dash.

2011 Ford Expedition Air Spring Conversion Kit

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Reviewer: spring kit easy to install saved hundreds

Great price came with instruction's and they shipped it out the same day, will be buying all my parts from parts geek from now on that's for sure.

2007 Ford Expedition Air Spring Conversion Kit

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Reviewer: Luis Perez

Awesome product extremely easy to install and my truck couldn’t ride any smoother, this baby glides.

2000 Ford Expedition Air Suspension Spring Set

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Reviewer: Air suspension conversion to coilovers

All parts functioned as advertised. Installation instructions for EBM are severely lacking. Suggest supplying 4pcs of 18-22 Guage splice connectors with kit to facilitate install and avoid cutting factory harness which is what the provided connections on the EBM seem to indicate. Packaging for springs could be a little better. Maybe put the top nuts for the coils into the bag with the EBM as some came off during transit and could have easily fallen out of the holes in the box.

2009 Ford Expedition Air Spring Conversion Kit