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How do you turn off Air Suspension light on a 98 Town Car that has been converted to springs?

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2006-06-21 21:32:38
2006-06-21 21:32:38

CONTACT THE COMPANY WHERE YOU GOT THE SPRINGS THEY HAVE A KIT FOR THAT M

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I'm sorry I don't have the exact details...but when my 95 TC was converted to springs, an instruction sheet came with the spring kit that addressed the issue. There was a small circuit board located behind the glove box in the dashboard, and one cut one of the wires from it. Darn shame I don't remember which wire, but maybe this hint will help you research further.

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