Rear Air Suspension

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Asked by Jul 06, 2011 at 02:39 PM about the Lincoln Town Car

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Anyone with a schematic for the Rear Air Suspension system. That would be great!:-)

4 Answers

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Consider converting to coil springs, Its easy. Part number for the coil springs is CS817, which you can get at Advanced Auto Parts, Autozone, and others.

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able to get mine though local ford dealer in parts department. ask for gossett plates on frame, shows rear end parts

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Well, before I changed the shocks, the rear stayed pumped up even after turning off ignition. Now they pump up when I start, they stay pumped up while driving, I dont think theres a leak because I would hear and feel it when the compressor is running. Only when I turn off the ignition do the bags deflate. I'm worried that the bags life will shorten due to the constant inflating/deflating

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don't convert to shocks, bad idea unless no one ever sits in backseat or u never put anything heavy in trunk. Remember, springs don't level your car if u add weight to the back of car so your bumper can drag on street like a dog wiping his butt on your carpet.

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