if the battery is dead on a 2002 will the air shocks deflate

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Asked by Apr 12, 2017 at 08:53 PM about the 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Only if there is a leak in the air system.

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even it has been dead for 2 months

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Yes they will after that long of a time. My '94 Fleetwood frequently sits for several months at a time. The first thing that comes on when I hook the battery back up and start it is the air compressor for the rear shocks. HTH. -Jim

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With no leaks in the system they will go down slowly. Having a dead battery will not in itself cause them to deflate.

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91,985

So it leaked, hey Js08016

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hey thanks, when we jumped the car the air compressor went on!

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84,375

Hey there, Rowefast! -Jim

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