How do you replace the shocks on a 2001 Lincoln Town Car?
you do mean shocks and not airbags right? well, you change shocks on the rear just like any other car with them but on a Lincoln the best way is to have the car resting all the way down,"with the airbag switch off". place a jack directly on the rearend and raise the vehical a little to release tension off the bolts. it's easier to put them on this way cause when you buy new shocks they are already compressed and its hard to pull or extend a compressed shock.
Can you replace regular shocks with air shocks and leave in the air bags on a 1994 Lincoln town car?
hey there buddy try going to shocks in-stead of air, air are better of course air ride is also comfertable but pricy when it comes time to replace it i had air ride on my 95 town car it went out on me so i changed it too shocks and putting them on are easy just do what you do when taking them off just reverse your work
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. This link will take you to the answer you seek: http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00132.html
To replace the starter on the 2001 Lincoln Town car, first remove the battery cables from the battery. Then, remove the three wires from the starter. Then, remove the bolts holding the starter in place. The starter will then be easy to lift out of the vehicle. Replace the starter by first bolting the new starter in place and then adding the three wires.
Shocks on a 2000 what? Some have shocks, some struts. If shocks, jack the car up and support it. Jack up on the rear wheel assembly enough to just take the pressure off of the shock and take it loose top and bottom. Rear wheel drive, the shock hold the rear end up when it is off of the ground. Front wheel drive may also depending on the make. Assume there is pressure down on…