Something turns on after the car is turned off

mdoziermdozier Member Posts: 7
edited May 2018 in Lincoln
I have a Lincoln Town Car '04 only had it for a few months now.
Anytime I turn the car off and get out, I can hear something turn on really loud. Usually only last for a few seconds.
It happens a lot more now and the car didn't have to have been running.
Looks like the sound come from around the front driver side under what I assume is the air filter.

Any idea what this is or is it normal?

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  • mdoziermdozier Member Posts: 7
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    Just a little follow up.
    It’s been 2 days, and I still don’t hear the sound any more.
    I’m thinking turning the air ride switch off for a few stops,
    then turning it back on fixed the problem.
    I’ve had around 25-30 stops with all my running around.
    And it’s still quite.
    The only variable I can think of now, is that the system is not working at all.
    Since I knew it was working before because of the sound.
    It’s supposed to work quietly, so working correctly I could confuse with not even on
    Is there an easy way to verify it’s on and working?
    I have no check engine lights on.

    Thanks for the help

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  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Pennsylvania Furnace, PAMember Posts: 9,400
    Radiator fan perhaps?
  • mdoziermdozier Member Posts: 7
    I don’t think so, sounds more like a compressor or something like that
  • 0patience0patience Oregon CoastMember Posts: 1,712
    Probably the pump for the airride suspension, assuming your Lincoln has it.
    When you get in our out, it changes the ride height, so it corrects it.
  • mdoziermdozier Member Posts: 7
    That's what a friend of mine said it might be, too.
    Why is it so loud and rough sounding.
    Is it a sign that the device is about to fail completely.

    Can it be corrected?
  • mdoziermdozier Member Posts: 7
    Today I believe I tracked the problem.
    i turned off the air ride suspension by the switch. The problem\noise did not return.
    i turned it back on, and seems to have fixed it.
    Does this sound correct?
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaMember Posts: 64,482
    Well if there was a problem, there should be a "check air suspension" light going on.
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