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I have a 1991 Lincoln Contenental and replaced the rear struts with conversion springs. The front still has the air suspension. The guy that replaced the rear struts unplugged the actuotor so no air is going to the front. I just need to locate the actuator to see if it will fill the front struts again.

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    warlock61 May 11, 2010

    is it the suspension pump he unplugged?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    how to change front strut

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It is on the strut along side the air spring you should be able to see the air line going to it and the connector. off white color

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