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Can you use air jacks on your lincoln andwhat causes your back not to lift up
2001 Lincoln Town Car

Can you use air jacks on your Lincoln andwhat causes your back not to lift up

(2001 Lincoln Town Car)
My back won't lift up
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of A-D Tire & Chassis on October 13, 2016
There are several possible causes for the rear suspension of your Lincoln to ride lower than normal. Could be a bad fuse or relay in the air compressor control circuit. Could be a leaking air line. Could be a bad compressor. Could be leaking air shocks. Could be a bad ride height sensor. Or a combination of any of these. A qualified technician can diagnose the exact cause and recommend repairs to get your Lincoln not so down in the dumps :o)

I'm not sure what you mean by "can you use air jacks," but it sounds like something that would alter that comfortable Lincoln ride in a bad way.
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of A-D Tire & Chassis on October 13, 2016
There are several possible causes for the rear suspension of your Lincoln to ride lower than normal. Could be a bad fuse or relay in the air compressor control circuit. Could be a leaking air line. Could be a bad compressor. Could be leaking air shocks. Could be a bad ride height sensor. Or a combination of any of these. A qualified technician can diagnose the exact cause and recommend repairs to get your Lincoln not so down in the dumps :o)

I'm not sure what you mean by "can you use air jacks," but it sounds like something that would alter that comfortable Lincoln ride in a bad way.
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