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How do i greese my rear end on my 03 ford explore

I have a slite howling sound coming somewhere from he back of the explore when i drive down the highway.

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Grease what exactly?

Get under the back,look it over &
get back to us ,when you have some
idea of what you want to know

Put it on jack stands & run it to listen

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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