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When your rear air shocks air up it seems to air up too much and too tight and rides rough you have had to replace the front with spring struts you own a 1995 continental?

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2006-04-01 21:02:40
2006-04-01 21:02:40

the left rear side of the '95 has a ride height sensor that looks like a shock absorber, but has an electrical connecter on it you can adjust the ride height with this unit, also check to see that the connectot has no corrosion on the contacts I disconnected mine cleaned all the contacts and it worked fine, I had the "high back end, hard ride problem myself", before fixing mine I would set the switch in the trunk "off" and control the height by turning the switch on and watching the height and turning it "off" at the correct height...BOB

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