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AirSuspension.com - Fixing Your Lincoln Town Car Air Suspension Problems!

Air suspension systems can provide you with a smooth ride as long as they are functioning properly. However, it can be a very expensive chore to repair a broken down air suspension system.

 
PRLog - Aug. 19, 2010 - Whenever we talk about luxury vehicles, just a few is different available in the market; included in this is the Lincoln marque. In 1998, Lincoln was adjudged as the best-selling luxury vehicle in the United States, besting top luxurious Euro makes. This only speaks of Lincoln’s exemplary driving abilities, high-class features, the best quality Lincoln Town Car Suspension Parts and Auto Parts plus its superior design. Lincoln’s impressive engineering is inspired by Ford’s century-old experience in the auto industry. As one of several divisions of Ford Motor Company, Lincoln vehicles share with Ford models major auto parts from chassis to suspension and power train components.

Air suspension systems can provide you with a smooth ride as long as they are functioning properly. However, it can be a very expensive chore to repair a broken down air suspension system. All of the parts in a factory air suspension system are interconnected. Damage to one part of the system will often cause damage to other parts. It is a domino effect that results in the failure of multiple components in your air suspension system. After about 3-7 years the air springs/air bags, air lines and air shocks begin to develop cracks and leaks due to age, weather and use.

These small leaks are often not noticeable because the air suspension compressor compensates for the loss of air by running more often. The air suspension compressor is not designed to run continuously, so it quickly burns out. As the cracks in the air springs get worse they often allow moisture into the air system. The air suspension dryer is designed to remove moisture from the air system. It is filled with tiny silicon pellets that are super absorbent. Over time the dryer becomes saturated with moisture and can no longer prevent it from reaching the compressor.

This can easily cause the compressor to burn out. In addition to this, the moisture can weaken the rubber used in the air springs and air shocks. When this happens you will most likely find yourself having to replace not only the air springs but also your air suspension compressor and dryer. For some vehicles it can cost more than $4,000 to $6,000 to repair the air suspension system. And even then it is not guaranteed to fix the problem permanently. AirSuspension has developed a solution to this expensive problem. AirSuspension air to non-air suspension conversion kits will replace your air suspension system with passive coil springs, coil-over-struts, and shock absorbers. The AirSuspension conversion kits will eliminate your air suspension problems forever. AirSuspension provides a Lifetime Warranty for all of its air to non-air suspension

Top models of Lincoln include the Lincoln Continental, the Lincoln Navigator and Lincoln Town Car air suspension. Among these, the Lincoln Continental made one of the most headlines. It was first made exclusively for Edsel Ford’s spring vacation but since it received great remarks from Ford’s colleagues and friends, he immediately ordered its production. The first Lincoln Continental models featured the best possible auto parts from the exterior down to the littlest detail in the cabin and under the hood. Each one of the Lincoln Parts and Lincoln Continental Parts was hand built to ensure their superior design and quality.

A limousine version of the Lincoln Continental was introduced in 1959; it was called the Lincoln Town Car. This name was also used for the luxury package of the 1971 Lincoln Continental model. After a decade, it was re-launched and also this time, as a different Lincoln model line. However, Lincoln Town Car still maintained its luxurious features that made it the Continental’s top-notch version. Today, the Town Car is still in production and though highly advanced in many ways, its distinctive high-class classic attributes are still noticeable, which makes it a perfect blend of classic and modern luxury cars. Among its long list of commendable Lincoln Parts and Lincoln Town air suspension parts are quad-beam complex reflector halogen headlamps, programmable front and rear running Lincoln Town Car lights and Lincoln Town Car wheels.

A remarkable line of vehicles such as Lincoln deserves equally superior quality replacement Lincoln Parts. Only premium quality replacement parts and accessories could match stock Lincoln Parts and Car Parts’ durability and reliability. Performance parts including the Lincoln Navigator Wheels, Lincoln Navigator radiator, Lincoln Navigator alternator and Lincoln Navigator engine parts require excellent replacement Lincoln auto parts that could deliver the best performance this tough and dependable SUV needs. You don’t need to bother about finding these high quality Lincoln Parts because a wealth of Lincoln Parts and Lincoln Navigator Parts sources can be found online. Great Discount Lincoln Parts also await you on multiple web sites. For more, please visit: http://www.airsuspension.com/lincoln-town-car-air-suspens...

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http://www.airsuspension.com/ - Having air suspension problems? Consider our air ride suspension conversion kits to get that new car ride again. We offer struts, air shocks and shock absorbers.

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