Just replaced both air suspensions in 2002 Lincoln Cont. The back end keeps going down ... like it deflates. Start it up, the back end rises/pumps up. What could be wrong?

Asked by Apr 02, 2019 at 11:15 AM about the 2002 Lincoln Continental

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced both rear air suspensions on 2002 Lincoln Continental. Back end
keeps going down ... like it deflates. Start car up, back end rises/ pumps up.
What could be wrong?  It ideled for 45+ mins ... stil went down by next morning.

2 Answers


A slow leak. Might be a loose connection or a defective bag or line.

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Test your repair with soap solution in a spray bottle. These systems are so basic they can also be scanned for codes with the right diagnostic device.

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