3 Lincoln Town Car Suspension Problems Fixed by Converting to Coils
Who doesn’t love their Lincoln Town Car? The luxury sedan was produced by Ford Motor Co. from 1980-2011. During that time it gained many fans as one of the country’s preeminent Executive-class luxury sedans. The Town Car was the longest car produced in North America from 1997-2011. While this allowed for an almost absurd amount of interior space, it presented some unique challenges to the engineers at Ford. The challenge? Create a smooth ride deserving of such a spacious and luxurious interior. The answer was an air suspension. The air suspension did provide what Ford was looking for--a silky smooth ride for passengers and drivers alike that felt like one was gliding on, well, air. The problem is that these Lincoln air suspensions worked until they didn’t. We know this all too well here at Strutmasters. In fact, a Lincoln Continental air suspension failure is what started this company. You can read about it in the history of the company here. There are many reasons to switch over to a coil suspension once your Lincoln Town Car air suspension fails. Here are three common issues installing a genuine Strutmasters conversion kit fixes completely.