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How do you replace the air shocks on a 1993 Lincoln Town Car?


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2010-01-03 18:20:48
2010-01-03 18:20:48

First, you must know that the Lincoln Towncar does not have air shocks. Instead, it has air bags. What this means is that in place of steel springs your Lincoln has rubber cushions that are filled with air, known as air bags.

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