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Air suspension light stays on

Just bought the car, light came on then went off for a day then came on & is staying on

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    The system has self test capability, have a test run by any Ford/lincoln dealer.

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Check the ON Off switch in trunk. Must be tirned of if car is jacked up.

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