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Video not very helpful here, a year, model and make might be helpful--A mechanic might be able to tell if (guess here) shock or strut or suspension issue---have to know what is causing it or where it actually is coming from....make, model and age might help here.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: growning noise from the rear
a way to tell where it is coming from is to have someone put your car in drive and slowly pull forward until you hear the sound again and see if you can tell where it is coming from.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
Sounds like your strut is loos at the tower, or you need a new strut. If you want to give it a shot, you can pull the plastic away from the little "strut hump" in the trunk, and tighten the bolts. In the front, you should be able to see the towers on each side. It should be 3-4 bolts in a triangle, with a large bolt in the middle on each side above the fender. You will probably need an adjustable wrench, and allen wrench, and some sockets.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: When I drive over a
Look under your car for a sway bar. The ends of this bar are held by 1 bolt on each side along with plastic bushings. The swaybar should be visible hanging straight across the rear differential cover. They are subject to rust and breakage, and aftermarket parts are available. They may be also called "Swaybar links".
Check for noise from your rear seatbelts. Sometimes the ends get pushed under the seat and they rattle when the car shakes. Also check the spare tire. The jack on your spare tire can be touching the rim and will rattle. Sometimes the jacks on Crown Vics and its sister, the Grand Marquis are mounted separately behind the carpet on the passengers' quarterpanel. They are held by a twist screw and it can back off over time.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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