I wanted to thank the people who responded to my post about the air
suspension in my 84 LSC, Tom Moats, Sharon Cooke, and especially Stan K.
who kindly offered me the manuals for his former Lincoln. If I missed
anyone, sorry. Thank you also.
I never did determine the actual problem. During troubleshooting I
replaced the O-rings on the solenoid and trimmed & secured the air line. I
drove the car about 130 miles today with no problems.
I flushed, resealed and re-converted the AC today ( it had conversion
fittings, but who knows how it was done), and installed a used EATCcontrol
head that the previous owner gave me, works great. This weekend comes the
full tune up, trans service, and oil change with Mobil 1. A couple of
weekends detailing the car and I'll be sporting a pretty darn nice ride. I
spotted a potential parts car today, I gotta check it out.
I do a small business (my main business until the IT Market opens up
again)doing electrical and HVAC work on classic, modern and custom cars as
well as motorcycles. The Harley guys keep me in "walk around money", they
are always hacking wiring. I'm pretty anal about the electrical\electronic
and HVAC goodies on my cars. I can't stand to see an accessory on a
vehicle that doesn't work. I figure this car will give the needed practice
to to keep my abilities sharp, as long as my wallet holds out. Maybe I'll
add Lincoln Air Suspension to my reportoir, yea sure.
Thanks again, Tom Adkins
Automotive Specialty Systems
South Amherst, Ohio