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1989 lincoln con. back end sits low within minutes of parking-

Also it goes down on one side quicker. are the ride control bags in the front also?

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The ride control bags are in the rear only. you probably have a leak in 1 of the air lines or the bags are bad.

Posted on May 15, 2009

  • stephen gosser May 15, 2009

    i would try to find the leak if its a line it may be an easy repair if the bags are leaking they need to be replaced before they completely fail.

    another option there are coil spring conversion kits available

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