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The problem is that thair is no rear air going into the air box.

The problem is that thair is no rear air suspention,the suspention just bangs and shakes the vehacal ,Graziano1956@Hotmail.com , thank you for your help. P.S. How do i dyagnoce this problem?

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The air bag has failed, very common problem for all lincoln air bag systems.

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