1989 Lincoln Mark VII LSC 5.0 HO from North America
An outstanding example of excellence
Replacement of the rear air-springs was required at 190,000. A suggestion to all for replacement of the "Costly replacement of the air-springs" there is a Company in Florida "Suncore Industries" who sells aftermarket new airsprings for a very reasonable amount. You can attain information on replacing them yourself from your public library in the "Mitchell" manuals I changed my rear springs in approximately 1 and a half hours, was very easy.
Have lost both power window motors.
I feel this is an outstanding car, It has Koni shocks and struts that were originally installed on the car, and are still in excellent condition.
Keeping your Air-suspension springs clean and lightly siliconed I feel is essential, as dirt, salt, and sand will obviously damage the rubber leading to cracks and leakage.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th September, 2002