Question about 1997 Lincoln Continental
You are in luck, junkyards are full of these things as when the air suspensions die they are scrapped. Call the dealer again, or drop by, and get the part number then ask them to see how many years that part number fits. Then find your local junkyards, or auto recyclers as they are now called, in the phone book and call them until you find one which has a Lincoln of the year you need. Go out plop down a few bucks and buy the part. I would take it to an auto glass shop as they are good at pulling doors apart and putting them back together without collateral damage. An auto glass shop or a general body shop is where I would take a job like this as opposed to a dealer.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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