My lincon,town car ,1996 rear air ride is low wha is the possible cause?

Asked by May 29, 2014 at 10:55 AM about the 1996 Lincoln Town Car Executive

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Lower end is sagged to the floor

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There is a compressor,hoses,sensors,fuses. Start with the fuses - a blown one means an overload occurred;changing the fuse doesn't solve the question about what caused the overload. These air systems live a limited life and your's is well on in years Let me know if you find a blown fuse and what that fuse protected (see your owner's manual for fuse location and description). Get back with what you find and we can continue..

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P.S. get back if you don't find a blown fuse too, there are other things to do whether or not blown fuse is found.

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how do I get the check rear suspension message off the dashboard

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Repair the Air Suspension system

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