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The rear of the car sits much higher,and the light is on in the off switch

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  • heckman_58 h Jan 27, 2009

    where is the switch at,can you tell me.could i test it myself,thanks for your help. don

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You will have this problem until you get the level control switch in the rear end repaired

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    edgar walker Jan 27, 2009

    the switch is in the trunk on the passager side near the trunk lid

    but the light will stay on till you have the system fixed it is either a broken air line or the level sensor switch itself because mine on my 93 town car does the same thing and I have to get it fixed yet

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