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I have a 1989 Lincoln Mach 7 with air shocks. They have gone out and wewant to convert it into regular shocks. What do I have to do?
Yes i have a 91 olds toronado want to convert from air shocks on rear to regular can that be done if so where do i find them thx allen
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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The Lincoln Mach 7 uses air bags/bladders that are springs and shocks combined.
The only REAL repair is to install new ones. That being said, make sure the bladder is the true leak.
NOTE: If you have to raise the car, be sure to disable the level ride system,usually has switch in trunk on left side. Consult your owners manual.
Leaks at the line seals/fittings are very ,very common. The bladders usually crack or rip inside the folds.
Replacement bladders can be had as a kit from your Ford dealer.
Once you have replaced bad bladder(s) spray all conceivable air lines and connections with soapy water and check for leaks. NOTHING is worse than replacing the bladders only to lose air after an overnight park.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Aaahhhh, yea if im not mistaken those are the ones that are controlled by computer? my guess would be to find some from maybe a crown victoria and see if they are compatable. or call a autoparts store and see if they carry a non-air version for that car. most of the time, parts on the same make and year of a car will be interchangeable. if they are built around the same frame. like the alternator out of a crown vic would probably be the same one thats in your car for example. but im positive you should be able to get non-air shocks for it, or even call ford and ask what shock were compatable with the mark7. i see those cars around my town and they look like they have been lowered cause the shocks and or the controlling computer have gone bad. i hope this helps but try to see about ones off of a 89 crown vic. i bet they have the same bolt patterns
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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