Question about 1994 Lincoln Town Car
I drove my '94 Lincoln Town Car Executive about 20 miles. 10 miles into the trip, the "check air suspension" light came on. I noticed the front suspension getting weaker. I got home, parked the car, then tried to move it 30 seconds later. The car stopped. One person felt the air suspension compressor had drained so much power from the battery that the battery went dead. I am trying to avoid having to replace that part as Lincoln dealerships are charging over $400 just for the part and obout $200 to install it. Any suggestions or relief?
When i used too work on them some owner did away with the air system and went too a heavy duty shock instead might be worth looking into too save some cash or even an after market air shock
Posted on May 10, 2009
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