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daman357
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 front end noise

Been having noises in my front end on my 99 lincoln towncar  sig. Got the lower and upper ball joints, lower bushing kit on both sides, tie rod end inner and outer both sides, and its still making noise. Steering and when i push down on front end.  I could just bump the car and hear the noise. mostly on the passenger side. Do anyone no what could be going on? 

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sicaudio
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struts or hub assembly is all thats left..

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struts or hub assembly is all thats left..

pe put to shocks on the front to. are u talking bout the strut mount bearings?

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yep they get dirty inside and make a grind or pop noise.. they are technically supposed to replaced whenever the struts are replaced..they are a bearing inside that wears pretty bad

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yep they get dirty inside and make a grind or pop noise.. they are technically supposed to replaced whenever the struts are replaced..they are a bearing inside that wears pretty bad

thanks. im going to try that out. hope this the problem.

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sicaudio
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jack the front of the car off the ground and turn the wheels back and forth and see if you can here them do it... then do it on the ground... if it is less loud in the air ( unloaded ) that is the most likely source... GL :)

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jack the front of the car off the ground and turn the wheels back and forth and see if you can here them do it... then do it on the ground... if it is less loud in the air ( unloaded ) that is the most likely source... GL :)

man u were right again... thats is the problem... my mechainc couldnt figure it out for nothing. Done spent 800 bucks on front end. its was the strut mount bearing all the time. lol... my whole front end moog now... he gone install them moday. thanks homie

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for the record i have Asbergers syndrome...it is a mild form of autism... that is why i do what I do ;) when I learn something I never forget it...and rarely get it wrong. that is also why I have done so many things in life... car audio and auto repair are my passions so i opened up shops to do both ;)

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for the record i have Asbergers syndrome...it is a mild form of autism... that is why i do what I do ;) when I learn something I never forget it...and rarely get it wrong. that is also why I have done so many things in life... car audio and auto repair are my passions so i opened up shops to do both ;)

lolz...

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for the record i have Asbergers syndrome...it is a mild form of autism... that is why i do what I do ;) when I learn something I never forget it...and rarely get it wrong. that is also why I have done so many things in life... car audio and auto repair are my passions so i opened up shops to do both ;)

actually your asbergers syndrome sounds like a good thing because if you look at it, it comes in handy when it comes to pinpointing problems with car audio and auto repair.

some people think that autism is a disorder, but if you look at it, people with autism are very adept in concentrating or specifying on specific topics or aspects. I mean sure most autistic people aren't socially accepted, but not everyone can be the life of the party!

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lucky for me it is not socially debilitating..and yes you are correct....my focus gets very intense and i love car audio / automotive repair so I view it as a gift from God...

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