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95 lincoln town car air susp.

3 corners pumped up and holding.the right rear is all the way down. this happend after a 55 mph blow out and road side repair.

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  • Christopher Foulkes May 11, 2010

    The tire blow out could have took out the air line to the "air bag" or the bag itself. Can't tell till you take a look at it.

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If this is a 95 TownCar, it only has air suspension on the rear. The front is springs. Yes, a blow-out can cause damage to surrounding areas such as the air suspension air bag. My 94 TownCar is sitting down on the right rear now,but I think that it just sprang a leak. The air bag will have to be replaced on that side. If it were the air line, then both sides would be down.

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Ten to one your boot (the thing that holds the air) was damaged either by the blowout or by the tech what repaired your flat. Probably by the blowout.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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