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Asked by Jul 15, 2016 at 11:48 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can you just convert the rear to coil springs and the front still  work

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12,605

Which model lincoln? and year.

2004 contenintal. The air is still going to the rear. No air to the front

Sorry 1994 contenintal

Please someone help

12,605

Best solution is to replace the rear air shocks (look online for them) the cost difference between a conversion "kit" and the correct shocks isn't much, Its easy to install the air shocks too.I just reread your "Air is still going to the rear not the front"? What's working and not working on the suspension?

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