How much would be the cost to convert air suspension to coil spring suspension?

Asked by Jul 24, 2013 at 02:51 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Continental 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2000 Lincoln Continental and my air suspension has gone out. I would like the repair cost to convert to coil spring suspension.

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Having it done at a shop, about $600 rear only, that is what I paid for the exact same thing on my Town Car

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We don't need no stinkin' air...air?

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If we could manufacture a superior elastomer that could last under varying conditions over time none of this would be necessary...run into this whenever I'm asked to restore an old car....all the rubber parts have gone to hell~nothing can be done except replace them~...or in your case a springy-substitute~

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OUCH! You can do a basic kit for $189+ shipping. It would ride better if you replaced the rear shocks, which is a little more, it all depends on your budget. Btw, I would seriously check the front coil springs, as they are really bad about breaking and even puncturing a tire! http://www.americanairsuspension.com/Lincoln-Continental-Air- Suspension-Conversion-9702-p/9702contcv.htm

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i have a continental 2000 thats been converted to coil springs now everytime i hit a bump its sounds like somethings loose making a banging noise ,what do you think it could be its coming from the rear end?

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