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1995 continental sedan

Front susp. went out first then the rear .i was wondering if anyone knows how i should check it out for leaks,or what might be the problem before i buy the car? or whats the best way to convert it over?

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The shocks of the same year ford taurus or mercury will work on the lincoln continental... otherwise you will pay around $500-600 a set ouch!

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I have 2001 x5 4.4 its low from the back the sus its not working i have that msg self level sus inact


The cause of your concern could be a faulty Air Susp. Fuse, Rear Susp. air Spring, Air Lines, Air Control Valves or Open/short circuit.

I Suggest you to check the following if you want to check it by your self first;
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  2. Check both rear the Air Srings for possible cracks especially at lower portion of rubber (folding area)
  3. Using water with soap, check rear both air lines and springs for possible air leak.if possible check it in different hight level. Replace both air springs if found evident of air leak.
  4. Swap Rear and Front Hight level sensor if possible. If the problem transfer to front then replace Sensor.
  5. Check Air control Valve fro possible stuck up, knock it several times gently and observe. If doesn't make change, check power suppy with voltmeter. If you couldn't find the problem then Bring it to BMW Service Center.
Good luck.

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My 1995 continental has severe ride problems bounces on every bump in the road front end sits low and rear seems normal


Sounds like the front "air ride suspension" is out.
That works off rubber bags built into the springs. If one or both has developed a leak/hile, it lets the front end (or rear or both) drop to ride on the bottom of the suspension.
Get the wallet out. It's expensive.
Sorry :-(

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Hi, I have a 1995 lincoln continental and it is really really low to the ground. It sounds like the it's rising when I start the car but the rear of the car never rises.


it has an air suspention, and they are known to leak after a couple of years. they are not cheap to replace. this happened in my town car and i just replaced the airbags with springs. sorry

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