95 AIR SUSPENSION
1995 Lincoln Continental
I have a 95 Lincoln Continental and am poor so I dont have the money to replace the air suspension compressor. So being inventive, I removed the compressor and installed an air shock shrader valve tee between the 2 lines that were on the Drier. However, the control module must be preventing the air from getting to the air bags by keeping the solenoid valves at the air bags closed as none of the bags are inflating. My question is, which wires on the control module are going to the solenoids so I can just provide power to them individually to open the solenoids? A wiring Diagram would also be very helpful. I think Ford over Engineered this system (as usual) gumming up the works and could have simplified this system greatly
February 19, 2011.
February 19, 2011.
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