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What do you have to do to de-activate the air suspension light and system after converting the air suspension to coil springs on a 94 Lincoln town car?

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2009-04-08 16:20:23
2009-04-08 16:20:23

Go on over to the guys at www.strutmasters.com/?Click=12 and give them a call - they are very helpful. You can also pick up a free report at www.airsuspensionsolutions.com which shows you how to fix 8 of the most common problems (and also offers a discount coupon at the end of the report). Enjoy.

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