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Arnott Has New Air Suspension Compressors for Lincoln, Ford and Mercury

Arnott's P-2936 air suspension compressor (pictured) from Arnott features an integrated dryer; the P2932 compressor includes a new relay.
<p>Arnott's P-2936 air suspension compressor (pictured) from Arnott features an integrated dryer; the P2932 compressor includes a new relay.</p>

Arnott Inc. is offering a new air suspension compressor (P-2932) for the 1997-2006 Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition, and a new air suspension compressor (P-2936) for the 1990-2011 Lincoln Town Car, Ford Crown Victoria, and the 1992-2011 Mercury Grand Marquis.

Arnott's aftermarket air suspension compressor P-2932 for the 1997 to 2006 Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition features a heavy-duty motor, epoxy-coated finish to prevent corrosion, new relay and an integrated dryer.

Arnott's aftermarket air suspension compressor P-2936 for the 1990 to 2011 Lincoln Town Car, Ford Crown Victoria and the 1992 to 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis features a heavy-duty motor, epoxy-coated finish to prevent corrosion, and an integrated dryer.

More about P-2932

Built to original equipment specifications, P-2932 is an exact fit and connects directly into the vehicle's air lines and electrical connector for a fast installation, according to Arnott.

P-2932 includes an integrated dryer and new relay. It also features:

  • heavy-duty motor for a long life;
  • quiet operation;
  • epoxy-electrocoated finish to prevent corrosion; and
  • detailed installation manual available for download.

More about P-2936

Built to original equipment specifications, P-2936 is an exact fit and includes mounting hardware and electrical connector for a fast and flawless installation, according to Arnott.

P-2936 includes an integrated dryer and new relay. It also features:

  • heavy-duty motor for a long life;
  • quiet operation;
  • thermal overload protection;
  • epoxy-electrocoated finish to prevent corrosion.

Information on P-2932 and P-2936 is available on the company's website.

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