Lincoln Mark VIIIMarch 25, 2011March 26, 2011My Lincoln Mark VIII no longer rises when I start it. How can I manually elevate the vehicle? It sits to low to be towed Share Tweet Pinterest Keywords:Air Suspension 4 thoughts on “Lincoln Mark VIII” Freeautomechanic March 26, 2011 at 7:13 am They will just have to tow it from the rear of the car or use a flat bed hauler. cbrucey March 28, 2011 at 12:18 am Are you suggesting that their is no way of manually elevating the vehicle? Freeautomechanic March 29, 2011 at 10:59 am This is correct. if there is a hole in the air shock, it will not elevate no matter how much air you put in it, it will just leak back out…. A flat bed tow truck can drag the car up on the bed with the use of dollies that do not require the tires on your car to turn…. ask one, they will tell you this also. cbrucey March 30, 2011 at 7:20 am Thanx! I have a feeling the pump or compresser is the culprit. When it was functioning I was able to hear evidence that the car was rising. All of the sudden that process just stopped. If I can get air into the system some kind of way then I should be able to determine if leaking is the real problem. What do you think? Comments are closed.