Question about 1998 Lincoln Continental
But my air bags are not leaking
The sensors that connect to the air bags are either malfunctioning or you do indeed have a slow leak. The rear sway stabilizers could be out and they are unrelated to the airbags. Unless you have replaced the airbags before, they are 15 years old and more than likely have cracking and tearing in the rubber boots. Autozone has twin Duralast coil springs with 4 rubber boots that replace the airbags for 100 bucks. They are the only place that has them this cheap and work as well as any high dollar replacements. They are just as smooth as airbags and more reliable.It could take three strong grown men to do it yourself ( that's what I did) unless you have a tall needle jack and a way to mount it to the rear end and under body to get the lift you need to set the coils in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am new at the Air Suspension issue myself. My 96 is beginning to have some issues. But, have you had the Height Leveling sensor above the rear axle checked out? The position of this sensors 'arm' is what tells the system to turn on and off the Air Compressor in order to maintain a level ride height. From what I have read. these sensors wear out. A faulty sensor could be telling the compressor to kick off to soon.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
to check air bags you need a spray bottle of soapy water. spray the heck out of the air bags and the air lines. you will find your leak. check your level sensors also.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
NAPA auto parts sell a kit to replace the air bags, be cheaper to do that, then replacing air bag, air bags cost around $500.00 each or more.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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