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How can you let the air out of the air shocks on a 1991 Lincoln Continental without letting the air out on 1 side 1 by 1?


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2008-06-11 15:26:15
2008-06-11 15:26:15

Leave the car running. Raise the end that you want to lower to where the vehicle is just above level. This will make the height sensor tell the control module that the end of the vehicle you raised is too high. The control module will open the solenoids in the struts, and open the solenoid at the compressor. Once the air is successfully purged. About 2 minutes. You can then shut the vehicle off. Turn the air ride switch off. Lower the vehicle.


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