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Loud noise (creeky/rubbing) when turning 1995 Lincoln Town Car

The noise is coming from a lower bar that runs from the steering where it attaches to the front suspension arms.

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I kept researching the internet for parts and illustration on the front suspension, and found the information I needed. Thank You.

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