We have a 1994 Lincoln Town car with 56,000 miles. In the past couple
of months, we have experienced problems with the air suspension.
It began with blowing the fuse under the hood. The fuse was replaced
and the air supension worked properly for two weeks before the fuse
blew again. The fuse was replaced three or four times with the same
During the two week period, the CHECK AIR SUSPENION light would come
on if you drove longer than 30 minutes. Turning the engine off and
restarting the engine resulted in the air suspenstion working properly
for an additional 30 minutes.
This week I replaced the fuse under the hood but it seemed to have
melted in the socket. I inserted a replacement 30 amp fuse and the
air system is not working at all.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Can you assist with advise for
repairing without taking the car to a dealership and beeing charged an
excessive fee for replaring the problem?
Thanks in advance
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