Question about 2000 Lincoln Town Car
2000 licoln town car
SECTION 204-05: Vehicle Dynamic Suspension
2000 Town Car Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
WARNING: Do not remove an air spring under any circumstances when there is pressure in the air spring. Do not remove any components supporting an air spring without either exhausting the air or providing support for the air spring to prevent vehicle damage or personal injury.
WARNING: Disconnecting an air line that is connected to the air compressor can cause personal injury or damage to components as high pressure air is vented uncontrolled.
NOTE: The vehicle must be positioned on a suitable lifting device prior to deflating the air suspension system.
Vent the air suspension system. Refer how do i remove the rear air shocks off my 2000 li - syg~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif
Turn the air suspension switch off.
NOTE: When installing the air lines, make sure the white air line is fully inserted into the fitting for correct installation.
Install the air spring.
Connect the air spring solenoid valve.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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are you kidding? if you cant nail it down to the compressor, the air lines, or the air shocks you shouldnt even be asking this question. Take it to a mechanic and save everyone from the headache that is you. oh, a good fix might be to smash the car.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
What I did on a 92,and 95 town car is replace the air bags with coil springs from a 93 Mercury Grand Marquis...Problem solved MM
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
A couple of things you can do. Find a salvage yard that carries FORD/Lincoln products. You may able to get a fuse cover from them. Also, you can, although time consuming, take out each fuse and do a visual inspection of it. When you find the blown one, it should be obvious to see. Another option (my choice), get a fuse tester from an auto parts store (some times, they come in a Fuse Kit with new fuse's) Get one that has adjustable tip width? Meaning, you can slide a button on the tester and move the electrode tips closer or farther apart to work on different size fuse's. On the top of every fuse is open contact points so a tester can be used. Touch the tester to each fuse in the box until the tester 'lights ups' indicating this is the blown fuse. (tester will not light up on a good fuse) replace the fuse with one EXACTLY the same size/rating. This should do it. Note; if the fuse blows again, this means, most likely, that the air compressor needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Those Lincolns are notorious for that,I'd just get a set of coil springs out of a Crown Victoria cop car(junk yard)and swap them out.Done it many times,you can do it in about an hour,and they'll never leak down again.By the way,there's some O-rings in that system.Make some soapy water and spray every connection,just maybe you'll get lucky.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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