Question about Ford Lincoln Continental
The problem is that the car lowers to a few inches from the ground over night, usually. In the morning as soon as I start the car it pumps itself back up to normal. The message center for what it is worth says the air ride system is ok. If I turn off the air ride switch in the trunk at night the car does not get lower over night. Does this narrow down the solution to this problem? What do I most likely need to replace. Thanks, James My parents have a 92 Town Car that needs the airbag system replaced. My husband has the air bags but has not had time to take care of the repairs. Yesterday my mom said that she had a flat and the mechanic probably did not turn the air bag system off before he jacked it up and we cant remember the sequence of opening and closing the back doors to reset the system.
Hose leak,airbag leak or jumped off mounting,use the soapy water trick to locate leaks.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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