rear air bag on 1997 Lincoln Continental

my car has a rear air bag leak, do u know who can fix this problem or can i change the air bags to regular suspenssion shocks

by in Henderson, NV on April 08, 2009
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ANSWER by on April 09, 2009
There are some companies that still service parts for your suspension, but they are not OEM (original equipment manufacturer). I do believe that conversion kits are available to make it a conventional shock/ spring arrangement. You will have to search the internet for the costs, because either repair route you choose, it is not cheap. Good luck.
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COMMENT by on July 31, 2010
Strutmasters sell conversion kits very reasonable and easy to convert.
ANSWER by on December 06, 2010
I would make sure you know its the air bags. it could be a air line leak. then mostly likely putting the pressure on your compressor and you probably going to have to have a new one. Its a big mess to handle. I converted my 84 Lincoln Continental to a conversion kit with Strutmasters.com and i wouldnt change a thing. Its a lifetime warranty and saves you bunches of money.
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