Question about 1994 Lincoln Mark VIII
You have an air suspension and the bags only last 8-9 years on average-they are not too hard to replace, and you can usually find them for $200 each new, and $100 used if you look around-but first to see what side is leaking, open the trunk and shut off the suspension compressor and let the car sit, see if one side is lower than the other. The low side is the one with the leak, and you can usually get away with replacing just that one to get you by until you can do the other side. It may not drop in which case your solenoids are causing the leak (mine does this) and I just shut mine off when I am parking it and leaving it for a longer period of time (0vernight, days even) and mine will not drop if I do this-means I have a leak that the controller vents in a solenoid when I shut it down. You can also trash the whole system and put in conventional springs, about $400 front and back and then you'll never have the problem again, but most people who do this hate the ride (and love the dependability).
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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