96 cotinental v-8 front wheel drive,,the whole car looks like its been slammed,i looked at schocks and they are completely depressed.you start car comp. kicks on and car is still flat whats the cheape

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Asked by Aug 01, 2013 at 12:12 PM about the Lincoln Continental

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Are the air lines or "bellows" cracked and "bleeding" air instead of filling the system ? Wait till its quiet or go somewhere quiet and have someone just "turn the key on, BUT not engine on" and see if you can find a leak. If you don't find a leak (audibly or using soapy water), then see if the compressor is broken and no longer "pumping" air, due to old seals by disconnecting the main air pressure hose and turning the system on.

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