Air ride warning light on,after changing to coil springs.
I just took my air ride off of the rear of a 91 lincoln town car and replaced with coil springs,i turned off the switch in the trunk and took the fuse out so the pump would not run.now my air ride warning light is on and i was curios how to make it go off.
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I have a 2000 Lincoln Town car, had the same problem, it was the rear air suspension/shocks. They are air bags basically that levels your car and it cost about $300.00 for each at the dealer for parts and install but it also has its own motor that inflates and deflates these air bags and I also had to replace that and that cost over $400.00 installed at the dealer.
there are spring conversion kit available. look up at strut master and you can get them at very fair price.
the kit came with instruction where you can disable the suspension system and turn the light off.
It is your air ride suspension. It could be the air bags, the sensors, compressor, wires and many other things. What I did was bought an after market coil spring suspension and converted it from the air ride suspension. The air ride is lovely but costly. It is hard to diagnose that air ride suspension without spending a lot more money then you want. I suggest getting an after market converter kit, but I would make sure it has the sensor plug so that your warning light on your dash goes out....otherwise it will be on forever!
Do you still have the air ride on your Town Car? You may want to look into replacing it with one of Strutmasters non air conversion kits. The coil spring conversion gives you the support you need in the rear with out the sagging down from the air. Great prices and great service, check out Strutmasters.com.