Follow up: compressor relay fuse under the hood was blown. Replaced it and things are working again. Driver's side air bag is shot, causing the compressor to run frequently. Ordered a spring conversion kit.
Oh boy! Do you really want to admit you are switching out to regular old springs on this forum?? Trust me, it's better to just lie and say you're going to replace the low cost air bags and not admit to killing the spirit of the Lincoln Town Car even if you are going to be a murderer.Follow up: compressor relay fuse under the hood was blown. Replaced it and things are working again. Driver's side air bag is shot, causing the compressor to run frequently. Ordered a spring conversion kit.
did you read this sticky?Car sagging in the back. My AIR SUSPENSION light isn't on, the Air Suspension switch in the trunk is in the ON position, and I can hear it trying to inflate the air springs my dash lights flicker after each try. This happened after I drove to buy some wiper fluid, made it home, filled it up and then noticed it was sitting low. Is this a case of me just having to replace the air springs? Any advice would be helpful.
Welcome to the Forum.6/22/18, Is there anyone still reading this thread???
My '03 TC rear suspension raised to the max, way too high. I immediately drove it home and parked it. I can't figure this out, anyone experience this? It's been sitting for 3 days and it has not lowered at all. I have driven it around the block a couple of times to see if it would lower after several minutes of slow driving. It did not. Does anyone have a service manual for the dynamic suspension? I've had no luck finding any troubleshooting, diagrams or service manuals online. I'm in rural Montana and don't have access to a service manual. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.