There are still many 2nd generation Lincoln Town Cars on the road today, and for the most part, the owners are still very much in love with their vehicle; however hate forking over hundreds of dollars just to keep the air suspension working. With a read of this week’s blog and a purchase of our Suncore parts, you can have your Town Car riding like a dream in under a couple of hours while saving you those hundreds of dollars.
You’ve either considered or decided to eliminate your rear air suspension and convert your 2002 to 2009 GMC Envoy to a conventional coil spring suspension. This week’s blog will discuss how to remove your rear air springs and safely install those new coil springs.
The 2003 to 2009 Hummer H2 with the rear air suspension can be quite a comfortable ride, however, it does come with its share of problems. This week’s blog will discuss how to restore your H2’s air suspension and converting over to a less costly coil springs.
When the brand Rolls-Royce comes to mind, you’d expect exquisite hand-craftsmanship and state-of-the-art engineering on all moving parts of the vehicle. You imagine precious materials, and adorned fabrics finely incorporated into the interior finish; while maintaining its prestigious elegance on every curve-line and pillar on the exterior of the car. But what about how it drives?
So, you woke up this morning and found your Audi A8 just refuses to get up, and it’s too low to drive?
This is a common occurrence with many air suspensions, and it is an issue you probably need to resolve soon, to be able to get to work reliably. Performing a few simple troubleshooting steps can help you figure out what your issue is, and how to quickly and affordably fix it.