the rear suspension on my 1997 lincoln continental is down

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Asked by Sep 22, 2016 at 08:05 PM about the 1997 Lincoln Continental

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i replaced all of the parts concerning air suspension even the shocks the rear
end is still down. I even replaced a door jamb switch and a speed sensor i
need help

18 Answers

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I thought this was controlled by a computer.

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i guess it is controlled by one of the control modules, i dont know if it's in the front or back, tell me?

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so i really guess the pcm isn't the problem,cause! everything else seems to be thinking, except us.

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the compressor is on and the bags are taking in "air"???

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I know it is frustrating as I know someone that replaced everything too and It been a while but I think it was the computer or those modules, as the air bags were good too.

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Thanks i purchased a refurb pcm but hesitation to put it in because of the flashing and responsibility.

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Yea I know it could have its own issues.

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well i replaced the pcm it wouldn't fit in the back, so i put it in the front, doesn't seem like that's going to do anything. "I need help".

24,145

Have you check relays & fuses.

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Is the compressor good?

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Hers is a site URL that may help, I will post it below.

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https://www.2carpros.com/questions/lincoln-continental-1995-lincoln-continental-how-do-i-fix-the-air-ride-system

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That URL above copy & paste. It has some test that may also work on your Lincoln.

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Here below is another test.

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http://www.slideshare.net/strutmasters/learn-howtotroubleshootinglincolntowncarairsuspension

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If all else fails here is a spring conversion. I will post it below.

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http://www.americanairsuspension.com/Lincoln-Continental-Spring-Conversion-s/2122.htm

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thanks i've followed a lot of different sites with videos and have purchased parts from others so the dive is air, or a spring conversion maybe next year.

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