99 STRUT SUSPENSION AREA

1999 Lincoln Continental

Tiny

bryantsel

November, 5, 2007 AT 3:15 PM

Hello, I have a 99 Lincoln Continental that has had new front struts, but never had any back strut/suspension work. The, thing I think it is called the boot, is starting to crack on the left side (In the photo) and right back side (Which is a lot worse than then the left in the photo). I have a photo of what I am talking about. Basically, what I want to know is if I should get that into the shop to get whatever that is fixed.

Regards,


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Tiny

merlin2021

November, 5, 2007 AT 4:05 PM

If you have the front drive Continental, leave it alone for now, unless in the morning it's sitting low! When you start loosing air and you hear the pump running more than usual, then get the parts replaced. These struts are expensive to replace, ballpark 800.00!

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