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Where is the location of the air ride compressor on a 2000 lincoln continental?

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When looking at the engine of your 2000 Lincoln Continental you will notice a coner brace on the left front corner. Directly under the brace you see the air ride comnpressor. you will have to remove the corner brace to gain access to the compressor. Once you do so it is just a matter of a few hard to get to nuts to remove. The compressor has rubber tubes coming from it that supply the air to the air bladders on your suspension. Don't forget the disconnect the battery prior to disconnecting the wiring clips in order to avoid causing electrical damage.

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