rear air bags on 1999 Lincoln Continental

both rear air bags changed, the compressor or drier i hear it works. it goes up while the car is on looks normal yet when the car is turned off it goes drops on the rear...help! my email is cotoyito@aol.com

by in Miami, FL on January 07, 2013
1 answer
ANSWER by on January 07, 2013
you have a leak in lines or air bags seek diag and est. or have repl with stock shock kits that eliminates the air ride. alot cheaper than repl what you have
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