Question about 1992 Lincoln Town Car
Rear is down.No pump noise.
Front is up.
What is the best way to check for problems?
Where would I find the fuse for it?
First of all, you will find a circuit fuse or two in the fuse panel which should be under the dash on the left hand side of the steering column. But the main fuses will be found in the high-current fuse panel located in the engine compartment. The best way to check out what your problem (s) are is to take it in and have it tested, because you first need to perform three different diagnostic tests that can only be performed using special equipment. Or your problems could be the air lines themselves, the connector fittings for the lines, or leaks on your air spring/strut assemblies, air spring bags, air spring bag/canisters, canister connections, or mount connections, or the solenoid valves or valve connections. And that's not the end, but that should be enough for you to get the point. When my air ride system started going bad, I finally just replaced it with a conventional system instead, because of the cost to replace it, and that was me doing it myself. No labor costs. Even though it was a continental, it wasn't worth the cost to me. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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