Yes it does
Do you have the factory air ride or have you converted the car to a coil over suspension?
Right next to the master cylinder.
Auto parts stores sell a kit with springs and shocks that replaces the rear air bags with springs. Been there, done that.
Inside the trunk on the left side. Next to the fenderwell.
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.
did you turn back on the air switch in the trunk
You need to post a great deal more information. The air system is complicated. What exactly is the car doing?
On a 1997 Lincoln Continental : If you mean air bags for the driver and front passenger ( YES )
Where is air ride leveling switch on 1996 Lincoln town car
It depends on where it is leaking. You can just buy a rebuilt dryer from Suncore Industries for $30.00.
is your car rear end low to the ground and does it air up and then go back down or doesnt air up at all?
I need help with 1998 Lincoln mk8 air ride compressor not kick in?
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.
Yes the 1995 Lincoln Continental comes from the factory with air suspension, in which can be converted to non-air.
Depends on what you're driving. Most cars have gas shocks and some have air shocks. Air shocks are more comfortable, with an automatic leveller, as in Lincoln Continental, in my opinion.
It may very well have shocks in the rear or it may have the Air Ride system. Crawl under the car and look see.
The air ride suspension is probably f**ked up...get it fixed professionally and stop putting fat people in your trunk
you can drive with the air bags deflated but you will feel every bump in the road and heaven forbid a big bump, it not very smooth ride because its a hard ride, that's what its called.
How do you change out a air ride compressor on a 2002 Cadillac Escalade?
OEM air suspension? on board compressor
Below is a link to the instructions for that installation.
There is no air ride in the LS,..maybe your thinking Mark VIII or Towncar??