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No. The Lincoln Continental does not have air bags in the front. It is not exactly hard to convert the rear airbags to springs. It is more time consuming than anything. I have a 1996 Town Car, I had a mechanic replace the air shocks with springs.
i may be mistaken on if this applies to your model year but if the rear wiper does not work then check the fuse for rear wiper and replace if blown. make sure rear wiper switch is off and wiper is parked.if air bag light goes out after a few seconds then the rear wiper motor is bad causing fuse to blow. air bag module gets power for its fuse through wiper fuse.if wiper is not parked then fuse may blow when you turn yhe key on.you have two choices. replace wiper motor or remove tailgate door panel and unplug the motor
make sure its turned on, the switch is in the trunk. The compressor is in RF area ahead of RF tire, the fuse which may be blown is in the fuse box at RF wheel under the hood. if the fuse is blown, its because the compressor has run too long trying to pump up the air bags which are leaking. it may need the bags and compressor, there are several companies that make springs for the rear to replace the bags.
sounds like the sensors for the front wheels are not reading correctly. Try unhooking the battery and leaving it off for a while. Then retry, you can also try to get the air ride computer into diagnostic mode. www.lincolnsonline.com
The downstream O2 sensor will probably fix the catalyst efficiency code. That code usually pops up when a new sensor is on the front and the old and slower sensor is still on the rear. The PCM compares them to decide if the converter is working. The airbag and cruise is probably a bad clockspring. It lives right behind the steering wheel. Disconnect the battery before attempting repairs on the airbag system for your own safety. You don't want an accidental deployment while working that close. I hope this helps.
there is not a specific fuse for AIR BAGS, Could you imagine the lawsuits if a fuse was blown, you had an accident, the air bag didnt go off and you were seriously injured. They are all controlled through sensors and body computers