Question about Lincoln Town Car
From the sound of your problem I would say that you have a short in the system.It is not uncommon to find the small compressor that lifts the back shocks so badly worn and seized that needs to be replaced.Just in use it creates a lot of moisture and tends to rust out.There used to be a trick with the right-hand door switch all left hand if you're in America, all you had to do was pushed to switch in an out in three seconds three times and it would produce a code e.g. a number of flashes of its warning light.The later models properly have a similar set up.I will delve into it.Or maybe somebody reading this already knows the codes.Regards
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My Grandma marquis did the same thing, I thought that was normal, it slowly goes down when you shut it off and slowly goes up when you start it, It didn't hit the ground or anything, but then it finally did die altogether, years later, and then it hit the ground, so I got regular shocks back there and it rode fine, stayed level, it is now resting in the junkyard in a shallow unmarked grave. It was a nice car.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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