93 TOWNCAR AIR SUSPENSION STOPED WORKING,
CHECKED ALL FUSES INDICATED IN OWNERS MANUAL
#1, #8 AND 30AMP UNDER HOOD. ALL ARE FINE.
BOTH BAGS DEFLATED.
RAN COMPRESSOR ON BENCH AND TESTED OK. RECONDITIONED COMPRESSOR AND
TRIED TWO DIFFERENT CONTROL MODULES OBTAINED FROM
SALVAGE YARD (OBVIOUSLY NOT GAURANTEED) STILL NOT WORKING. BOTH BOOTS
ANY OTHER POINTS TO CONSIDER? CONNECTIONS AND WHERE ON CAR?
There's a couple of good tech articles on Lincoln air suspension at
You don't say if the compressor runs or not. If it does, suspect a leak or a
vent valve in the compressor. If it doesn't run at all (and the comp is known to
run)the main suspect is the compressor relay. There are a lot of other causes,
the tech articles. It's a very simple system once you understand it.
I buy all my Lincoln air suspension parts and get the best free
technical advice from Bagmaster--send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org His name is Keith. I own three Lincolns
with air suspension. The standard answer at Lincoln dealers is $2,300
per side to fix anything related to air suspension.
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