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Sadly, there is no way to turn the light off. I had the air suspension on my Lincoln replaced with the spring kit, and the light is still on. I had a friend take the instrument panel apart and place a small piece of electrical tape over the "check suspension" light. Also, be certain to turn the air suspension pump switch off. It is located in the trunk on the right side.
Sounds like you have a hole or cracks in your airbag. This causes the compressor to work double time eventually killing the compressor as well. I would recommend going to strutmasters.com and taking a look at the town car conversion kits. They convert you from air to powder coated, American made steel coil springs that are guaranteed to last the life of the car. I posted the link below so you can take a look.
Air suspension is controlled by the compressor in your engine compartment. The compressor runs when the suspension is not level. Either because you have loaded the car with exceptional weight and the system is now adjusting the ride, or you have a leak in the system, or you have a bad sensor.
If you have a leak, the most likely culprit are the air suspension bags, the air suspension solenoids or possibly the lines to them.
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I don't work for either of them. I own a 96 TC and have replaced my air suspension with coil springs form Strutmasters. Work GREAT and I have no more air suspension problems. Rides just as good too. You can't tell the difference.