why does my 99 towncar dump its airbags when its parked sometime

Asked by Jul 18, 2013 at 04:30 PM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Executive

Question type: General

while in my driveway sometimes the air suspension bags will go down not all the time is this common or possibly a way to get rid of excess moisture in systems

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Oh is this common, one of fords better ideas! they are so common for the last 20 years a replacement kit is available for about 400$ so you don't worry about one blowing on a hard curve and rolling like a whirling derbish

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Translated: Change out the failed airbags. They're leaking.


it is supposed to leak down. as soon as you close the door it leaks down a little. i just replaced my air bags and still does it. and there are no leaks..

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