Can you change the air ride to gas on a Lincoln Continental?
On my 93 continental the dealer put in a monroe kit. fits from 88-->93,I believe kits are available for later models also, hope this helps
Yes it does, it will automatically add air to the rear bags if people get in the back and if people get out of the back it will release air, it corrects itself to proper ride height, even when your going down the road its adds or releases. If you hear a buzzing sound for 5 to 10 seconds that's your air ride, my 01 Continental has it and its wonderfull.
You have an air ride system that has problems and you are wanting to convert it to coil springs? If that is the case there are kits you can buy to accomplish exactly that. Here is a kit from Strutmaster that will work perfectly for $307. Search for more kits with the term "1998 Lincoln Continental Air Ride Conversion Kit". Click the link to see the Strutmaster kit.
In a 1997 Lincoln continental why doesn't the compressor come on and why do the bags not stay inflated?
I had a problem with my car and there were so many elecrtical relays for the front air ride. it is a lot cheaper to replace the air ride with the strut and psring conversion kit from ARNOTT Inc for only $529.00.. took me about 6 hours to do all four wheels. each air bag cost about 300, air compressor about 175, silonoid about 75,compressor relay 100, height sensors 150 ea, and this is only…
I don't know about a fuse or if there is one but there is an off switch in the trunk so the car don't adjust while jacking the car up. The suspension compressor is turned on by the ride height sensors 1 in the rear and 2 at the front one at each tire. My 85 Continental had a air leak where the air lines go into the compressor cost $5 to fix with epoxy…