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Own a 97 Continental. Started car and a hissing

Own a 97 Continental. Started car and a hissing sound came from the rear. The backend lowered to the point of sitting on the tires. I deactivated the air suspension switch in the trunk. What is going on with this? Can a weekend warrior fix it? Suggested parts needed?

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Well, sounds like you have a leak in your system. You can spend alot of time looking for the leak and replacing a small item. Or you can convert from air shocks over to regular shocks. Your choice. I can tell you from experince that it takes a while to find one small leak.

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