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I can't locate the air supension compressor on a linclon town car 1998

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It is located under the air cleaner/Filter on the driver's side, under the hood, near the front. Remove the filter and the filter plastic case. I has two or three screws. I believe they are 1/2". You have to look closely to find the one near the front and will have to have an extension rod for a 3/8' drive. When you remove the case you will see it. It has one or two plastic vacuum lines running to it. The lines are quick disconnect and have to be pushed in and the flange around the line will have to be held in and then pull the line out. Hope this helps. CMSgt Smith

Posted on Jan 24, 2013

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your bags may need replaced in the rear
i have seen this many times with several different solutions to the problem
more times i have seen the air ride bags blow out-which the compressor will stil work but with holes in the bags they will not air up
sometimes i have seen the valve go bad which i believe is located on the rear diff

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