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Has vehicle been wrecked before ? What does still on the ground mean .The air bag system should have fuse/relays also I would check these...Check under hood power block and fuse panel at dash.
It is possible to short out fuse or relay during removal and installation of air bag.
No. You will probably have to take the car to garage or dealership to safely remove the existing air bag. If you try to diassemble it yourself you run the risk of setting it off and putting yourself in the hospital or worse.
if aftermarket gps that is hardwired into system installer may have hit ,knocked loose ,damaged or tapped power off the air bag system need to check wiring under dash---BUT DO IT WITH POWER OFF IF AIR-BAG SYSTEM DAMAGED COULD ACTIVATE AIR-BAG WITH POWER ON ----if wiring and connections look good have car scanned for trouble code some auto stores such as auto zone / advanced auto scan for free check ur local area the trouble code will give u a start point towards solving ur problem
there are 2 ways of fixing that problem you can replace whats broken which is more than likely the air bags, which is expensive, or you can get an aftermarket set up with regular springs and do away with the air bag system completely it's not hard to convert it over just unplug the compressor jack up the car to lift the weight off of the suspension put a jack under the rear end housing and loosen the the shocks and lower the rearend housing remove the air bags put springs in their place jack up the rear end bolt shocks back up and your done.
Have it checked by a professional as soon as possible, airbag has a problem wich can be as simple as a short in the wiring or as harmful as the possibility of deploying airbags without any warning. Please take advice.
The rear air bags are probably blown, or an air line broke. The lincoln air bag systems can be expensive to repair, about $300 a side for the bags if i remember correctly. Aftermarket companies make replacement springs, getting rid of the air bag all together and at a more reasonable price. A google search will point you in the right direction to aquire parts for either direction you chose to go.
sounds like possibly the bags are blown or either lines leaking if it's the bags blown out there are a couple choices replace the bags obviously or you can get an aftermarket kit to do away with the air ride suspension and put regular springs and shocks under it which is alot cheaper than new bags. but make sure you don't have a line that has ruptured