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96 lincoln air suspension

Hello, thanks for the tip on my car, i raised it up and checked all the connections but they were all tight, any thing else you think it could be?

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    same problem air shocks have air going through line but will not raise

  • gerry bissi May 11, 2010

    the module is not opening the solenoids to let air into the air springs. Height sensors are supposed to tell module ride height and then make corrections.



    Door switches msut all be closed to process a down command.

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If your motor is working but the car doesn't raise it means you have a leak in the air ride system you'll need to replace both (front or back).

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