Question about 1999 Lincoln Town Car
I have a 99 lincoln town car and the rear air ride don't work the back of the car is hitting the ground how do i fix that
What you have is a leak in your line(s) or spring(s). Usually the air spring.
Take it to a mechanic and have the system tested. You may also have to replace the compressor due to overheating.
If it is a air spring and you are somewhat of a mechanic yourself then replacing the air spring is a snap. Held in place by large clip on top of spring. Be careful of the line(s) and valve o-ring when air spring is loose. Valve turns out in z pattern.
If you are fed up, there also is a spring replacement set that you can find online.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
When you turn the key to the on position does the air compressor start. If it does then you have a leak somewhere, you need to try and find it with soapy water. More than likely its the air bag but you can check the air lines.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Are you kidding? if you cant nail it down to the compressor, the air lines, or the air shocks you shouldnt even be asking this question. Take it to a mechanic and save everyone from the headache that is you. oh, a good fix might be to smash the car.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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