Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
Leaks can be difficult to find in these systems. They could be in the air springs themselves, the air lines etc... not to mention you could have a ride height sensor that is malfunctioning or the control module. A lot of people are converting these old cars from the air ride suspension system to a standard passive coil spring conversion. A high quality, powder coated, American steel coil spring is DESIGNED to last the LIFETIME of the vehicle. http://www.strutmasters.com offers conversion kits with a lifetime warranty so youwon't have to worry about your suspension again. Give them a shot.. it definately beats the dealer price of around $1200 to fix your air ride.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
You need to use soapy water in a spray bottle around the rubber fold of the air spring (bag) look carefully you'll see small bubbles (foam) you might have one front and one rear leaking. This is if it goes down over night as they each are sealed off by solenoids. If it goes down while the key is on then the plumbing might be leaking
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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