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1996 Lincoln Continental inflated up al the way, wont deflate.

The suspension has been serviced always as needed. Two new rear bags a yr ago. everyting was fine. Yesterday morning when I satarted the car, I noticed it was inflating and inflating untill it went all the way up hard. It has stayed there. Wont deflate??

What went bad????

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